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[cover image]April 2022
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Addressing the impacts of climate change - Union organisations say there is an urgent need to consider the impacts of climate change on workers and their jobs; Is the government really on the level? - While confronting geographical disparities is important, ‘levelling up’ also needs a firm focus on work, low pay and in-work poverty; BBC licence fee attack will hit programming - Government plans to scrap the BBC licence fee will impact on the quality and breadth of journalism and programming, unions warn[More ...]

[cover image]March 2022
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How well are women represented in UK unions? - our biennial Women in Unions survey examines union efforts to improve women’s participation and representation in unions; Acting to support workers through the menopause - the menopause has been moving up the workplace agenda. Yet more can be done to support those undergoing menopause; Health and safety lessons from the pandemic - the Covid pandemic exposed a crisis in occupational health and safety. What are the key health and safety lessons we’ve learned?[More ...]

[cover image]February 2022
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Workers' health and safety in the green economy - we tend to associate the word ‘green’ with safety, but is this necessarily the case for those working in the green economy? When artificial intelligence is in the saddle - recent years have seen the rapid development of artificial intelligence to undertake management functions; Government signals yet more cuts to rail - the reduction in passenger numbers during the Covid crisis has struck another heavy blow to a rail industry facing more huge cuts[More ...]

[cover image]January 2022
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Unions pour cold water on water firms’ record - England’s private water firms have given out almost half as much to shareholders as they have spent upgrading and maintaining water systems; Fair enough? Scotland’s ‘Fair Work’ programme - do unions in Scotland feel that the aspirational rhetoric of the Scottish government’s ‘Fair Work’ policy lives up to reality?; It’s time for a four-day working week - the Covid pandemic has seen the idea of a four-day working week and a three-day weekend catapulted up the agenda[More ...]