News

Prison workers 'unsupported in dangerous jobs until they're 68'

12 July 2019

Prison workers gathered in the House of Commons this week to share their experiences of work in the justice system.

Wales to launch new trade union rights

10 July 2019

Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford yesterday detailed the core principles of a new Social Partnership Bill to the Welsh Assembly, which will make it easier for unions, employers and government to work together to provide fair work and a strong, productive economy for all.

How the IER can deliver the greener, fairer economy that unions want

08 July 2019

The TUC today released a new report calling on government and employers to prepare for the transition to a climate-safe economy in conjunction with workers and their unions.

Social care funding a "national scandal", say Lords

05 July 2019

A cross-party group of Lords has described social care funding as a "national scandal", urging the government to make an extra £8 billion available to the service immediately.

Scotland suffers 70% increase in workplace fatalities

05 July 2019

New figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have revealed that workplace deaths went up 70% in Scotland last year.

One in four LGBT+ workers hide orientation to avoid discrimination, poll finds

02 July 2019

A quarter of LGBT+ workers have not come out at work out of fear they will be discriminated against.

This website relies on the use of cookies to function correctly. We understand your continued use of the site as agreement to this.