Benchmarking freedom of association: the UK’s non-compliance with international standards

Examining the extent of the UK’s non-compliance with international law and recommending legislative

Labour Law Highlights 2020

The IER’s regular team of barristers guides readers through key court decisions in the last year that may prove instructive for

Social media and the law

The authors examine the interplay between social media and workplace

Brexit and Workers’ Rights

Two leading UK academics consider the possible implications of a ‘no-deal Brexit’ for UK workers’

Guide to a progressive Industrial Relations Bill

The bill is expected to draw on IER recommendations for the restoration of collective bargaining, stronger statutory rights and effective

On Track with Diversity: 2019 edition

Nadia Motraghi and Ijeoma Omambala review and analyse the current rail workforce to discover how representative it is of the population it

The Welfare State, wages & work: Disintegration or renewal?

Keith Puttick highlights how changes to the benefits system has had a deleterious effect on labour

Labour Law Highlights 2019

The IER’s regular team of barristers guides readers through key court decisions in the last year that may prove instructive for future

Rolling out the Manifesto for Labour Law

A guide to how our Manifesto for Labour Law recommendations could be practically

Labour Law Highlights 2017

Our regular team of barristers asses the year's key rulings, including with regards to the Trade Union Act 2016, the 'gig' economy, and

Blacklisting: the need for a public inquiry (including a Manifesto Against Blacklisting)

A thoughtful account of the many obstacles faced by blacklisted workers in their fight for justice and recommendations on improving the

Europe, the EU and Britain: Workers’ Rights and Economic Democracy

This report documents a meeting of international trade union leaders, including transcripts of each

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