Workplace Report

Current issue (October 2023)

PAY AND PRICES BARGAINING A win for oil workers, but more trouble brewing Extending pension auto-enrolment Further disputes likely Birmingham Council in crisis EQUALITY 'U turn' saves pay protections LEARNING AND TRAINING Union input pays off with new learning centre RECRUITMENT AND ORGANISATION Recognition of equality reps' essential role EUROPE Impact of inflation on industry-level bargaining LAW AT WORK Employment law — the latest cases HEALTH AND SAFETY Unions want real action on violence Rail ticket office closure safety fears Unions demand action on concrete crisis Settled or striking ? THE STATE of pay in education and health There have been ongoing disputes in the UK's education and health sectors since 2022. Several rounds of industrial action have pushed governments from all four nations to improve their offers. However, while some groups have settled, others are still taking industrial action and the complicated bargaining landscape is starting to create worrying geographical disparities in pay. SHIFTING THE REWARDS FOR UNSOCIAL HOURS WORKING Compensation for working at times or on days when most people would probably rather not be takes many forms. When there are opportunities to review or renegotiate, money may not be the only issue

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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.