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Response to Low Pay Commission consultation on National Minimum Wage

Kate Ewing argues that the National Minimum Wage is ineffective as a worker

Response to Labour Party taskforce on removing restrictions on trade unions and fire and rehire tactics of employers

The IER's response to a Labour Party consultation on how trade unions can be supported and workers protected from fire and rehire

IER response to the Social Partnership and Public Procurement (Wales) Bill

IER welomes the Social Partnership Bill and proposes recommendations to ensure its

Doreen Lawrence Review: BAME employment rights and protections

Yvette Williams MBE argues for improved risk assessments, provision of PPE, and adequate sick pay to save BAME lives during the

Relevant health and safety law for workers during Coronavirus

Lord John Hendy QC briefs on the health and safety legislation relevant to workers during the Coronavirus and its implications for working

Whistleblowing about health and safety concerns: some comments about what the law does and does not provide for workers

A detailed look at the rights workers have to blow the whistle on poor health and safety compliance during the

The gaps in the government’s Coronavirus income protection plans

IER Chair, Lord John Hendy QC, warns that millions of workers risk destitution due to gaps in the Job Retention

IR35 and the dangers of bogus self employment

A submission to the House of Lords subcommittee on the Finance Bill warns of the potential for employers to exploit workers by abusing

Employment Law Hearing Structures consultation – the Law Commission

Professor Michael Ford QC sets out the proposals of the Manifesto for Labour Law in regard to Labour Court

Race pay gap reporting

Recommendations on how a new requirement to report pay information broken down by race can be most effectively applied to reduce

An inspection of how the Home Office is tackling illegal working

Professor Sonia McKay responds to a Home Office consultation regarding the treatment of migrant

Article 11(3) of the European Convention on Human Rights

An outline of the engagement of British trade unions with the European Court of Human
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