Usdaw is making a claim to the Employment Tribunal for a Protective Award on behalf of Woolworths members in the retail stores and distribution centres who are covered by our bargaining agreements....
TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber today (Monday) argued that the need for equality – offering fair chances, tackling inequality and unlocking the talents of everyone in our society – is greater than ever in a recession.
Commenting on the Government's announcement today (Monday) of a review of bankers' bonuses, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: “The determination of Britain's bankers to hang on to their bonuses show just how broken down the banking model has become.
Waiters and waitresses from across the hospitality industry will be demanding the government takes action to ensure they get 100 per cent of tips as the government consultation into tips and service charges closes.
Unite is mounting a vigorous campaign to resist over 150 redundancies announced by Cambridge University Press.
GMB members working in this monopoly public utility have had enough of the greed and mismanagement of the company by private equity owners Macquarie who treat it as a 'cash cow' with poor deal for...
Bonuses were based on what has turned out to be illusionary and non existent profits and were undeserved
CWU today (Thursday) says BTâ€™s results demonstrate the hard work and commitment of staff which has lead to strong performances in three parts of the business.
THE ASTONISHING decision by Transport for London to dock the pay of Tube workers unable to get to work because of last Mondayâ€™s bad weather has been slammed as unfair, illogical and discriminatory by the networkâ€™s biggest union.
â€œThis is not only a recipe for chaos and confusion; it is a blueprint for the break-up of the state education service. "