09/02/2016 - EU renegotiation a threat to rights of workers
Trade Unionists are becoming increasingly concerned that the Tories will use EU renogotiation as a means to attack the rights of workers. During the debate in the UK Pariliament about his rengogotiation Mr Cameron was aked by Labour MP Rachel Reeves to assure MPs that this doe
09/02/2016 - Football fans against zero hour contracts
At the weekend there was a protest at Rangers Ibrox stadium against Sports Direct and its shameful employment practices. Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley has a 9 per cent stake in the club.
Uniteâs Decent Work For All campaign has targeted Sports Direct and its owner
30/01/2016 - Tories to spend public money on promotion of living wage con
The Tories plan to spend nearly Â£5 million of taxpayersâ cash on an advertising campaign to promote their so-called national living wage.
The government insists itâs necessary to inform workers of the scheme, but Labour has accused ministers of âfalse advert
23/01/2016 - Blacklisters in trouble over destroying files
Construction companies who blacklisted workers are being forced to spend potentially millions of pounds raking through back-up tapes of destroyed documents.
The companies who blacklisted at least 3,213 workers using the sinister and Orwellian Consulting Association are
20/01/2016 - Midwives may be forced into debt
England is massively short of midwives. According to the most recent State of Maternity Services Report from the Royal College of Midwives, the country needs 2,600 extra midwives. You might think, therefore, that our Government would be doing all it could to encourage people t