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[cover image]September 2021
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Do co-operatives and mutuals make a difference? - co-ops and mutuals have weathered the Covid storm and may be well-placed to grow, but do their democratic and social credentials guarantee good outcomes for workers? Labour shortages – what’s the impact? - what do the labour shortages being widely reported in the media mean for unions and for pay? Latest case law on discrimination and compensation[More ...]

[cover image]July 2021
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How to discover what your employer can really pay - With the pandemic being used as an excuse to freeze pay or push through fire and rehire, it’s more important than ever to be able to understand what an employer can or can’t afford. We show you how to discover a company’s ability to pay; Building back better by backing better building - Pay rises are back in construction, but must take their place in a crowded agenda, where casual employment of one kind or another is now seen as a barrier to “building back better”; Latest case law on discrimination[More ...]

[cover image]June 2021
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Unions fight fire and rehire -unprecedented numbers of employers have tried to force through fire and rehire policies during the pandemic; Young people and the post-COVID future during the Covid pandemic, young workers have been more likely to face redundancy, to be furloughed at the lower rate of pay and to see their wages or hours cut.; Latest case law on employment tribunals and compensation[More ...]

[cover image]May 2021
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Setting homework’s future - To coincide with the release of LRD’s new booklet, Negotiating the new homeworking landscape, we look at how and where people will be working after the pandemic has passed; Collective bargaining: the UK picture - Previously unpublished figures from the BEIS show that two in five UK jobs had their pay set by a collective agreement last year. Workplace Report looks at the figures behind the facts;Latest case law on pay and equal pay[More ...]

[cover image]April 2021
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Held on trust - many workplace pension schemes fall under the oversight of trustees nominated by their members. We look at the people tasked with asking the difficult questions about how the money is managed and where it is - or isn’t – invested; Negotiating the future of work: target zero - the UK’s planned transition to a net zero carbon economy will have a huge effect on the way we all work. Workplace Report investigates what unions are doing to ensure that the interests of workers and communities are protected during the coming changes; Latest case law on discrimination[More ...]

[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 ...]