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Nerves will be running high in homes all over the country this week, as young people and their parents wait for A-level results on Thursday. For many parents, the exact breakdown of As, Bs and Cs isn’t what really matters. The important thing is knowing that if your child works hard in school and in working life, they’ll be rewarded for it.
Equality Issues: 14 August 2017
  Number 812 - 12 August 2017
Workplace Issues: 09 August 2017
TUC General Secretary writes to the Kazakhstan Ambassador to call on its government to immediately release three trade union leaders and to uphold their commitments to ILO conventions on the freedom of association and the right to organise peacefully.
International Issues: 09 August 2017
Yorkshire and the Humber TUC is holding a briefing for union activists and officers on 7 September in Leeds.
About the TUC: 08 August 2017
Orgreave Truth & Justice Campaign is holding a 'Death of Justice' rally on 31 October, one year after Amber Rudd decided not to hold any form of inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave.
About the TUC: 08 August 2017
This guide is for advisers and union representatives helping low-paid workers secure their national minimum wage (NMW) rights.
Workplace Issues: 07 August 2017
IDM - Monthly newsletter reporting international development matters and issues affecting trade unionists around the world. Including reports, statements, interviews and events.
International Issues: 07 August 2017
We all like to make the most of summer – even if the British weather doesn’t always help! One of summer’s great pleasures is sporting events. Last year it was the Olympics, and next year the football World Cup. But right now, it’s the World Athletic Championships in London.
Workplace Issues: 07 August 2017
TUC General Secretary, Frances O'Grady has written to the manager of Interamerican Wovens (IW) to denounce the violations of ILO Conventions 87 and 98 at the company, which is within the export processing zones of Haiti.
International Issues: 03 August 2017
TUC General Secretary, Frances O'Grady has written to the owner of Sewing International SA (SISA) to denounce the violations of ILO Conventions 87 and 98 at the company, which is within the export processing zones of Haiti.
International Issues: 03 August 2017
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