Workplace Report

Current issue (April 2024)

PAY AND PRICES 2 BARGAINING 3-5 Union ballots for possible strike action Profits vs pay on under-repair M25 No improvement in teacher recruitment and retention Pay increases in automotive sector EQUALITY 6 UK down on gender pay gap index Labour's equality plans 'long overdue' Boardroom diversity rises RECRUITMENT AND ORGANISATION 7 Amazon 'on the brink' of historic union recognition EUROPE 8 Pay still high despite lower inflation LAW AT WORK 9-12 Employment law — the latest cases HEALTH AND SAFETY 13-14 Bus drivers' safety map Offshore helicopter safety questioned Council campaigns for mandatory 'inclusive' PPE National campaign looks at dangers from livestock Paternity lea ve: the state 15-17 of play Statutory Paternity Pay rises this month, alongside minor changes to the rules and regulations that govern it, but the wider picture for leave entitlements and pay for fathers/new parents remains a very mixed bag indeed refuse workers ' pay and 18-19 conditions in the spotlight The recent cost of living crisis has seen refuse workers up and down the country negotiating, campaigning and striking to restore pay and working conditions in what ‘used to be seen as a good job’

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Workplace Report continues to be ahead in providing information you need on the latest developments on pay and conditions, best practice and news on pay deals.

Workplace Report now includes more employment law coverage. Its centre section provides a unique update on case law developments in two areas of employment law each month. Workplace Report also regularly covers recruitment and organisation as well as learning and training at work. It continues to provide news on health and safety, equality, pensions and bargaining developments in Europe.

Each month Workplace Report will cover key issues in-depth in features or surveys based on survey information from LRD's 1,000-plus workplace contacts.