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TUC Campaign Plan: Countdown 300 days
Date of Publication: 2014
In the final run up to the general election in 2015, this campaign plan updates the original published in 2013 with detail about TUC General Council achievements, and goals to reach in the struggle to make Britain a better and fairer place to live and work.
Saving Our Safety Net - Magazine
Date of Publication: 2014
Produced to mark the start of the TUC's welfare campaign and to draw attention to the horrendous five-week wait for benefits once Universal Credit is established, this tabloid magazine is ideal for distribution to union members. Enquiries about bulk copies can be sent to rsanders@tuc.org.uk .
Britain Needs a Pay Rise March and Rally leaflet
Date of Publication: 2014
To publicise the march and rally in London on 18 October, the TUC has produced an A5 campaign leaflet for you to circulate. For orders more than 5000 please email rsanders@tuc.org.uk . If you wish to print your own leaflets, a range of versions are available for download from the links below. You can also order or download campaign posters from the online shop . Downloads Download A5 colour leaflet suitable for desktop printing Download A5 greyscale leaflet suitable for desktop printing Download A5 colour leaflet suitable for prefessional printing
Britain Needs a Pay Rise March and Rally poster
Date of Publication: 2014
To publicise the march and rally in London on October 18, the TUC has produced a campaign poster for you to use and distribute. For orders more than 500 please email rsanders@tuc.org.uk . If you wish to print your own posters, a range of versions are available for download from the links below. You can also order or download campaign leaflets from the online shop . Downloads Download A4 colour poster suitable for desktop printing Download A4 greyscale poster suitable for desktop printing Download A4 colour poster suitable for professional printing Download A4 greyscale poster suitable for professional printing
Age Immaterial: Women over 50 in the workplace - a TUC report
Date of Publication: 2014
This report sets out the findings of the Age Immaterial project, which through labour market analysis, an online survey and specially commissioned polling gathered vital information about the challenges facing older women at work. It provides a set of policy recommendations on areas such as discrimination; the pay gap; caring and working; and health and training.
Trade Unions at Work: What they are and what they do
Date of Publication: 2010
Including a guide to the Trades Union Congress, this pamphlet explains how unions work in modern Britain: the job they do for their members, the way they help boost business and how they help to make Britain a better place to live and work.
Dyslexia in the Workplace - a TUC guide (3rd edition)
Date of Publication: 2014
First published in 2005, this new edition has been updated and revised by Brian Hagan for the TUC. It describes a framework for negotiating and promoting workplace practices that aid dyslexic staff and in itself exemplifies British Dyslexia Association guidelines on good publishing practice.
The TUC’s Campaign Plan
Date of Publication: 2013
This campaign plan sets out what the TUC’s General Council will do in the struggle to make Britain a better and fairer place to live and work.
Time off and flexible working for carer - Know your rights leaflet
Date of Publication: 2013
If you are juggling work with caring for a relative who is ill, frail or disabled, this leaflet outlines six things you need to know.
Working Women
Date of Publication: 2013
TUC handbook for all trade unionists This fully revised and updated edition takes account of changes in law and the economy since the second edition in 2005. The book is a resource for all trade unionists, but has been designed especially for use on TUC and union courses, containing facts and figures, case studies and comment with checklists and activities. It is a useful source of information, an aid to discussion and a stimulus to working for a better deal for women everywhere.

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