The whims of short-term speculators and hedge funds will ‘drive a coach and horses’ through the UK’s industrial strategy unless the government toughens up the UK’s takeover rules
UNISON welcomes ‘urgently needed first step’ but says more must be done to tackle pay inequality The article University of Bath agrees to reinstate living wage first appeared on the UNISON National...
Unite, the UK’s largest union, has warned that the Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) restructuring plans are mired in confusion and the organisation is guilty of failing to properly consult the industry on its most controversial plans.
RMT confirms industrial action at Paisley and Dunfermline over CCTV safety threat
Community service group committed to using the charter to help end the belief that violence and aggression is 'part of the job' The article More join our fight against violence at work first...
National RMT protest over rail safety on Wednesday will mark second anniversary of Britain's longest running industrial dispute
New figures show that UK firms used 1.8 million zero-hour contracts in 2017. The TUC is calling for them to be banned.
RMT ISSUES FRESH CALL FOR PUBLIC OWNERSHIP AS SUNDAY TIMES REPORTS FIVE PRIVATE RAIL FRANCHISE HOLDERS TEETERING ON BRINK OF COLLAPSE
Steve Bush said: “Unite is working with Nissan to minimise job losses associated with a short-term reduction in volumes at the car maker’s Sunderland plant."
Nottingham City Council was wrong to deny several hundred of its employees the right to incremental pay increases with effect from April 2011, says a judgment handed down at the Court of Appeal. The...