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Network Equality Meetings
Network Equality Meetings: Thursday 22nd January 2015 – 1 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 8SD – 1400-1600 Monday 26th January 2015 – Unite the Union, 19 High St, Swansea SA1 1LF – 1400-1600 Thursday 29th January 2015 – Presidents Rooms, National Library of Wales SY23 3BU – 1400-1600 Friday 30th January 2015 – Erddig Room, Glyndwr University, Wrexham LL11 2AW – 1000-1200
22 January 2015 to 30 January 2015
Money to burn? Driving energy efficiency in the commercial sector
Money to burn? Driving energy efficiency in the commercial sector We are holding a seminar to launch the new TUC report including research commissioned from IPPR, Money to Burn: driving energy efficiency in the commercial sector. Official data shows that the rate of improvement in energy efficiency in the commercial services sector – hotels, offices, supermarkets, other retail outlets and business premises - has flatlined for seven years. It is still a common sight to see all...
29 January 2015
North West TUC Equality Conference - 2015
The North West TUC, in conjunction with North West Trade Union Education and North West Unionlearn are hosting their second Annual Equality Conference. The Conference will bring together delegates from each of the North West TUC Equality forums, together with other union activists in the region, and will combine both skills based and campaigning activities in a positive and supportive environment. Guest speakers from a range of national and regional campaigns will also be joining us, to help...
31 January 2015
Promoting good practice in workplace mental health seminar
With the impacts of austerity contributing to ever increasing levels of workplace stress, there has been an increase in the prevalence of mental ill health. In response, Unions have often taken the lead both in securing the best outcomes for individual members with mental health issues, and in working with employers to develop “mentally healthy” workplaces. This free seminar will feature presentations by a number of unions illustrating: (a) positive work with employers...
05 February 2015
‘Even Better Education for All in State Schools’ conference, 7 February 2015
SERTUC, with support from the Anti Academies Alliance, and Reclaiming Education, is organising a conference called “Building An Even Better State Education For All”. We have structured the event to be explicitly be inclusive of themes relating to the wider workforce in education, in both the plenary and workshop sessions. It is an Open Meeting, supported by the SERTUC Public Services Committee, to be held at Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS. 7...
07 February 2015
SERTUC Public Services Committee Open Meeting, Saturday 7 February 2015
"Securing the future of a better state education for all" A SERTUC Public Services Committee Open Meeting 7 February 2015 10 - 4pm Organised by SERTUC with the support of the Anti Academies Alliance
07 February 2015
Making Up Lost Ground On Pay: TUC-IDS Pay Forum 2015
The annual conference on pay bargaining organised by the TUC and Incomes Data Services. The event will discuss opportunities for restoring members' pay levels where these have fallen behind in recent years. Sessions will cover recent union success stories, pay transparency and benchmarking pay, pay progression in the private sector and the living wage and minimum wage. Agenda 09.00 Registration 09.30 Conference opened by Chair: Gail Cartmail, Unite 09.40 ...
12 February 2015
Fair Pay Fortnight
From 16 February to 1 March 2015 the TUC is running Fair Pay Fortnight, a series of events across the country that will raise awareness about Britain’s cost of living crisis. Working people in the UK are seeing their living standards squeezed harder and harder every year. The cost of energy, food and housing is soaring but wages aren’t keeping up. People have lost over £4,000 since 2009 and while jobs may be returning to the economy they’re increasingly low paid,...
16 February 2015 to 01 March 2015
Fair Pay Fortnight Public Meeting - Join the debate
Public meeting organised in conjunction with the Bakers, Food & Allied Workers Union as part of Fair Pay Fortnight and the Fast Food Rights Campaign. Low-paid workers risk being left further behind unless the Government increases the National Minimum Wage and ensures that it at least keeps pace with inflation and average earnings growth. With the ongoing cuts to tax-credits and benefits, the incomes of hard-pressed families are being squeezed even tighter. As a result, an...
19 February 2015
Fair Pay Seminar with Jamie Reed MP for Copeland, Shadow Health Minister
Following the success of Fair Pay Fortnight in 2014, the TUC is organising another two week period of union campaigning on pay issues in February 2015. It will provide an opportunity to highlight key TUC and union policy calls which seek to boost rates of wage growth for those on middle and low incomes, as well as reducing pay inequalities by cracking down on excessive executive pay at the top. The Fair Pay seminar will enable you to find out more about: • The impact of...
23 February 2015