Tag: Trade Unions

Employment Law Update 2013 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

9th October 2013 – 9:30 am

Simon Cheetham - Compromising your rights slides.ppt, Deshpal Panesar Equal Opportunities Update Paper.doc, Deshpal Panesar Equal Opportunities Update presentation.ppt, Deshpal... Read more »

Workplace Issues: Learning From the Front Line

27th March 2013 – 10:30 am

Carla Bennett Changing Terms and Conditions.ppt, Jane Stewart - Facility Time.pdf, Jo Seery Consultation and Redundancy.ppt, Kevan Nelson Organising Against... Read more »

Workplace Issues: Learning From the Front Line

20th March 2013 – 10:30 am

Enrico Tortolano Economic Segregation.ppt, Rakesh Patel Workplace Issues Learning from the Front Line .ppt, Hannah Reed - Where Next.ppt, Victoria... Read more »

Employment Law Update 2012 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

31st October 2012 – 10:30 am

Flyer ELU Liverpool 31-10-12.pdf, Bernie Wentworth - The law on contractual changes.ppt, Camilla Belich - The Equality Duty.ppt, Jo Seery... Read more »

Friction Dynamics: Learning the lessons from a forgotten dispute

2nd July 2012 – 1:30 pm

IER Friction Dynamics Briefing.pdf, Bryan Davies - Friction Dynamics Report.pdf

Review: Trade Union Freedom Bill: Launch Conference

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Conference Report by Gregor Gall On Wednesday 31 January in London, some 150 trade unionists gathered together for the conference launch of the Institute of Employment Right’s latest book The Right to Strike: from the Trade Disputes Act 1906 to a Trade Union Freedom Bill 2006 The book is the intellectual and ideological ballast to support the move to provide unions with the ability to lawfully and effectively protect their members’ interests through collective mobilisation. It means overturning both the Tories’ past legal legacy and Labour’s present regulations on industrial action through a redistribution of power. A range of high-level speakers argued a convincing and stimulating case.

Global Rights in Global Companies: Going for Gold at the UK Olympics

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Speakers’ papers from Global Rights in Global Companies: Going for Gold at the UK Olympics A one-day conference held at the House of Commons to examine the globalised market of the 21st century, and in the context of the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012, what trade unions can do to ensure that fundamental rights operate throughout the company profile, wherever the company operates Wednesday 17 may 2006

Seminar Paper: Global Rights in Global Companies: Going for Gold at the UK Olympics

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Speakers’ papers from Global Rights in Global Companies: Going for Gold at the UK Olympics Wednesday 17th may 2006 A one-day conference organised at the House of Commons to examine the globalised market of the 21st century and in the context of the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012, what trade unions can do to ensure that fundamental rights operate throughout the company profile, wherever the company operates.

Seminar Papers: 1906–2006 From the Trade Disputes Act to a Trade Union Freedom Bill

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Speakers’ papers from the consultative conference 1906–2006 From the Trade Disputes Act to a Trade Union Freedom Bill Wednesday 10 May 2006 At this conference specialists outlined their research, shared their analysis of events and highlighted how their findings can shape trade union calls for a new Trade Union Freedom Bill. We considered the latest draft of a proposed Bill and discussed how best to ensure that trade unions and their members can once again enjoy the freedoms they need to ensure fairness at work.

Review: Evening Lecture- 60 Years of ILO Convention 98

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Speakers’ papers from the Evening Lecture 60 YEARS OF ILO CONVENTION 98: ASSERTING THE RIGHT TO ORGANIZE AND BARGAIN COLLECTIVELY held on Wednesday 1st July Contributors included: Prof Keith Ewing, King’s College London, John Hendy QC, Tonia Novitz, Bristol University and Jan Beulens, Belgian lawyer from Antwerp University The Institute will be shortly producing a publication on Collective Bargaining

The New Spectre Haunting Europe

21st July 2024 – 7:13 pm

Report from The New Spectre Haunting Europe: The ECJ, Trade Union Rights and the British Government Held on Saturday 28th November 2009, Main Hall, TUC Congress Centre Prof Ewing (IER) ECJ Conf Conference report from the Public Services and Transport workshop here More of Billy Hayes’ report can be read here. John Monks (ETUC) ECJ Conf

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