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The TUC has today (Monday) called upon the House of Lords to reject plans in the Crime and Courts Bill which would prevent over 3,000 civil servants working for the National Crime Agency from taking strike action in the future.
Commenting on the announcement today (Tuesday) that the government is to reduce the minimum redundancy consultation period and remove the right to redundancy from employees on fixed-term contracts, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Responding to plans to support working parents announced today (Tuesday) by the Deputy Prime Minister, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Government plans to reduce payouts for unfair dismissals will do nothing to boost economic growth and make it easier for bad employers to mistreat their staff, the TUC warned today (Friday).
More than three million people working in small companies with fewer than 10 staff, or one in five of the north east's working population will be turned into second-class citizens if government supporters of the Beecroft report get their way, accordi...
A TUC guide to the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 This information is intended to be a brief introduction to equal treatment rights for agency workers. The information is for guidance only and should not be regarded as an authoritative statement of...
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