North West TUC

Decent Jobs Week - 15th to 21st December 2014


Decent Jobs Week

Show your support for TUC Decent Jobs Week - Details of our activities can be found here and you can find updates on Twitter using @NWTUC and #decentjobsweek

About North West TUC

The North West TUC represents nearly one million working people.

We work closely with our affiliated unions to make sure the voice of North West workers is heard in the workplace, in our communities and in wider society.

Our annual workplan is determined by our Executive Committee made up of representatives of affiliated unions, drawing on policies debated at our Annual Conference held each year in the Spring.

The North West TUC and Frank Field MP have today called on both Everton and Liverpool Football Club to become Living Wage employers, after a letter from the Birkenhead MP revealed that staff at Liverpool, and contracted out staff at both clubs, are not paid the Living Wage rate. As...
03 November 2014
The annual living wage research report by KPMG, published today (Monday), estimates that over 600,000 workers receive less than the living wage in the North West region, which is just under one in four workers (24%). This is an increase from the same time last year when the figure was...
03 November 2014
Colleagues from PCS have worked with the International Slavery Museum...
24 October 2014
Seasons Playhouse — a youth theatre group — will be...
24 October 2014
The number of people who are under-employed in the North...
03 September 2014
Only five areas remain in the North West where houses...
02 September 2014