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[cover image]March 2021
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Negotiating the future of work: automation - Even in the middle of the Covid crisis, automation is emerging as the next major issue for workers. But is it a threat or an opportunity? We take a look at where unions stand on the issue; The facts behind the freeze - The government has taken short-term earnings trends during the lockdown as justification for a new freeze on public sector pay. We examine whether its arguments measure up; Latest case law on agency workers[More ...]

[cover image]February 2021
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Pandemic shows why we should ❤ unions - with Covid ranging and frontline workers under such pressure it might seem an odd time to celebrate ❤ Unions week, but in fact it’s a good time to remember all that unions have achieved since the pandemic first hit; Europe’s pay increases despite the pandemic - Despite the pandemic, pay grew in both money and real terms across Europe in 2020, but Covid-19 clearly had an effect in both delaying settlements and pushing down increases; Latest case law on dismissal, detriment and redundancy[More ...]

[cover image]January 2021
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Where next for the minimum wage? - we look at the National Minimum Wage, its trajectory and where unions stand on this important statutory right; Covid adds to ‘out of control’ mental health crisis - even before the pandemic, work-related levels of stress, anxiety and depression were at a 20-year high. We look at how unions are responding to a crisis being made even worse by Covid; Latest case law on discrimination[More ...]