TUC in the Midlands

The Midlands TUC works with regional unions in delivering TUC campaigns and objectives as well as representing the views of trade unions to organisations and stakeholders across the Midlands

Dying to work

Dying to Work campaign

The Midlands TUC are running the Dying to Work campaign. To find out more, visit the campaign website at www.dyingtowork.co.uk 

Employers are signign up to the Dying to Work Charter to ensure that terminally ill workers:


 

TUC Women Chainmakers Festival 2 July

Hundreds of trade unionists congregated in Cradley Heath on July 2nd for the annual TUC Women Chainmakers Festival.

 

Workers Memorial Day, 28 April

In 1992, Tommy Harte brought International Workers Memorial Day to the UK. Tommy's wife Carole talks about her late husband and the importance of remember those killed at work. Find out more about WMD

Harrow Council will sign up to a new charter today (Tuesday 23 August at 10.00am) aimed at helping employees who become terminally ill at work. The Charter will provide protection for over 5,800 staff working at the local authority and in schools across the Borough.
23 August 2016
Nottinghamshire County Council will sign up to a new charter today (Wednesday 17 August June at 12.00) aimed at helping employees who become terminally ill at work. The signing, which will take place at County Hall and will be attended by Cllr Alan Rhodes, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, Tyehimba...
17 August 2016
The latest Midlands TUC Update is now available
08 August 2016
Cradley Heath High Street was packed with entertainers, live theatre,...
04 July 2016
Central College Nottingham signs up to TUC’s new charter for...
29 June 2016
Sandwell Council first Local Authority to sign up to TUC’s...
29 June 2016