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Category Archives: European Employment Rights
By Tony Burke, Chair of the Campaign For Trade Union Freedom The decision of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) toÂ create new labour standards which address violence and harassment in the workplace has been welcomed by trade unions and human rights … Continue reading
Today workplaces are hostile environments â€“ but Labourâ€™s new ministry by and for workers will change all that, Laura Pidcock told the Arise festival of left ideas. The work of the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) over the last three … Continue reading
By Matt Creagh TUC Policy Officer This week, following sustained union campaigning, Irish legislation came into force which bans zero-hours contracts and secures other key rights for workers in insecure employment.Â This is ground-breaking, and gives added impetus to the … Continue reading
This new volume published in July 2018 examines the extension of collective agreements and its use as a policy tool to expand the coverage of labour protection, and shore up collective bargaining. At a time when inequality is on the … Continue reading
By Rosa Crawford, Policy Officer, TUC EU and International Relations The trade in service agreement (TiSA) might sound like something technical but donâ€™t be fooled, it poses serious threats to workersâ€™ rights, our public services and sovereignty. TiSA is a … Continue reading
From John Hendy QC Published below is CommuniquĂ© of the International Commission in Defense of the 300 prosecuted in Defense of the 300 workers prosecuted for going on strike in Spain, and for the repeal of Article 315.3 of the … Continue reading