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.
Unions are getting data-smart, but they must step up at looking beyond their membership base.
Unions have fully embraced marketing philosophies. should we worry?
Access and affordability are barriers to good mental health
Neither Universal basic Income nor six hour Swedish days can meet the challenge of automation
The dreadful events in Paris last week have heightened attention on the already controversial areas of surveillance and data collection, retention and processing – part of the so-called Snoopers’ charter. The new Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill grabbed headlines when it was introduced by the Home Secretary at the beginning of this month. The proposals … Continue reading Privacy and “The Snooper’s Charter” – unions take good note