This paper argues for a strengthening of the Information and Consultation of Employees (ICE) regulations in the UK. Specifically, it argues that the rule requiring 10 per cent of employees to request information and consultation, the so-called trigger mechanism, should be replaced and information and consultation procedures must be available in law if a minimum of five employees request them, or if requested by a trade union.
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.
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