The TUC has produced a series of films about the fight for equal pay. They include oral history interviews with women and union representatives involved in some of the major equal pay cases since 1968. The films were made by two well-known film directors, Sarah Boston and Jenny Morgan, and jointly funded by the TUC, the Wainwright Trust and the European Social Fund.
The most recent documents available on this subject are:TUC response to the Public Sector Equality Duty review
The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) plays a vital role in underpinning union work to tackle discrimination and harassment at work as evidenced by the TUC's response to a government review of the duty.
It is difficult to discover any logical, non-religious explanation for the decision by the General Synod last week to deny the right of women to become Bishops. Arguments, such as they are, date back to Jesus' choice of twelve male disciples, the de...
The 36 per cent pay gap between part-time and full-time workers is the main barrier to closing the gender pay gap and tackling in-work poverty, the TUC says today (Wednesday).
The South West has one of the highest gender pay gaps in the UK - 12.4 per cent for full-time workers compared to 10.2 per cent for the UK as a whole, according to new government figures.
Commenting on the annual pay figures published today (Wednesday) by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Commenting on government plans to oppose the extension of fully paid maternity leave to 20 weeks at a meeting of the EU Employment Council (EPSCO) in Brussels today (Monday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
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