Category Archives: International Employment Rights

US unions welcome Biden’s pick for new Labor Secretary

US trad unions have welcomed President-elect Joe Biden’s decision to appoint Boston Mayor Marty Walsh as US Labor Secretary. Before becoming the mayor of Boston, Walsh was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and previously the head of … Continue reading

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The Brexit TCA & Workers’ Rights – Part One

By Nicola Countouris, Professor Keith Ewing, and Lord John Hendy QC Just short of one half of the entire population of the UK are workers – and most of the rest are dependent on workers’ wages. Workers’ rights are therefore crucial. The … Continue reading

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AUSTRALIAN GOVT ANTI-WORKER BILL “DANGEROUS AND FLAWED”

Barry Camfield writes from Adelaide The Australian trade union Movement needs help and solidarity from across the world in its ongoing fight with the right wing Morrison Government against further anti-union and anti-workers laws. Messages of support and solidarity to … Continue reading

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Musk on a collision course with German union

Tesla and its maverick owner may have got away with anti-worker and anti-union practices in the US, but their new factory in Germany will be a different story By Tony Burke When Elon Musk, the billionaire owner of electric auto … Continue reading

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