Category Archives: European Employment Rights

CTUF – IER May Day Rally: Online: May 1st. 11am – 12.30pm

Click anywhere on the above graphic and book your place now! Speakers and topics confirmed (as of 30th April): John Hendy QC (Tory Employment Rights Review); Professor Keith Ewing (Brexit Agreement Employment Rights); Sarah Wooley (Fast food organising). Andy McDonald … Continue reading

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Resist, Repeal, Replace – CTUF – IER May Day Rally

CTUF and the IER are arranging for a May Day Zoom event starting at 11.30 am and ending at 1.00 pm on Saturday, May 1st. Please put this in your diary and RT and use on social media  Speakers at … Continue reading

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Former BA Union General Secretary Faces Life Imprisonment Under Hong Kong’s Anti-Subversion Laws

A former British Airways flight attendant who was General Secretary of the airline’s powerful Hong Kong cabin crew union and President of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions,now faces the prospect of life in prison after being arrested under the … Continue reading

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How Collective Bargaining Can Tackle The Race To The Bottom

By John Earls, Ben Norman, Andrew Waterman Neoliberal globalisation has led to a ‘race to the bottom’ as free trade policies force workers and whole industries to compete across borders – but there is a solution: trade union representation. In … Continue reading

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