Only 4% of union web site front pages have any audio content. Yet the audience for podcasts has expanded exponentially.
Ryanair's woes continue: You know things are bad when you turn on your own staff.
The importance of concerted action to arrest and reverse declining membership levels can never be over-stated or repeated too often. And this is an existential crisis partly of our own making.
Supporting equal pay is as much in my interests as those who, statistically, I am paid more than.
(Photocredit: James Sloan/Getty) On Monday MPs gathered in the Commons chamber for a statement from the leader of the House, Andrea Leadsom. For the first time women outnumbered men. The subject? Sexual harassment by MPs. Great that there was a statement. But a pretty weak response to what looks and smells like a scandal. Excellent … Continue reading Is Union Recognition Key To Addressing Westminster “Sex-pest” Culture?
Without the employee voice, usually expressed through trade unions, being front and centre, corporate apologies are unlikely to be meaningful.
Black-and-White analysis of Taylor overlooks a more nuanced set of recommendations
The notion of "Dependent Contractors" is an important, development, but will not cure the ills of our gig economy.
With a “Martini” approach to performance review, where are the limits to and control on such an all-enveloping mode of assessment?
As trade unionists we demand, fairly, that the enterprises employing our members are run properly. The same standards apply to ourselves.