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The TUC is pleased to announce details of the 2017/18 TUC Leading Change Programme.
Union Issues: 17 January 2017
We are pleased to announce details of the 2017 TUC Organising Academy Course programme run in partnership with The Manchester College. All courses are provided free of charge though unions will cover travel and accommodation costs.
Union Issues: 17 January 2017
There is a interactive resource available for anyone who wants to consider how to make their workplace safer through building a strong union.  Register to access the eNote
Workplace Issues: 17 January 2017
  Number 783 - 14 January 2017
Workplace Issues: 12 January 2017
This is a TUC briefing on the communication by the European Commission on their proposals for occupational health and safety following the review of all directives.
International Issues: 11 January 2017
Date: 3 -5 April 2017 Venue: The Manchester College, Manchester Costs: Course is free but unions will have to pay for participant travel and accomodation This TUC Organising Academy course is for union staff in admin and other support roles who would benefit from a wider understanding union organising challenges and practices. 
Union Issues: 10 January 2017
The Northern TUC wants to demonstrate and acknowledge the range of work currently undertaken by lay union representatives on behalf of their members and the community.  The TUC will be making an award to the trade unionist who represents the best aspects of being a union learning representative. This is not intended to be a competitive award, and the Northern TUC is keen to develop this award over the coming years. The award will be made at the 2017 Regional Conference, which takes place at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead from 6th – 7th May 2017.
Workplace Issues: 09 January 2017
The TUC recognises the importance of representatives such as Shop Stewards and Office Reps in building the Trade Union movement in the workplace.  There are hundreds of representatives in the region who devote much time and energy protecting and improving wages and conditions of their members.  Often they deal with wider subjects such as pensions and redundancy while they invariably have to deal with the specific problems of individual members.  Their role is essential for trade union organisation and recruitment.
About the TUC: 09 January 2017
The Northern TUC continues to appreciate and acknowledge the range of work currently undertaken by lay union representatives on behalf of their members and the community. Once again the TUC will be making an award to the trade unionist who represents the best aspects of being a union health & safety representative. This is not intended to be a competitive award, and the Northern TUC is keen to develop this award over the coming years.
About the TUC: 09 January 2017
By lunchtime on the first Wednesday of 2017, top bosses had already made more money than the typical UK worker will earn all year. And the average pay ratio between FTSE100 CEOs and the average total pay of their employees in 2015 was 129:1. The High Pay Centre’s ‘Fat Cat Wednesday’ research is a reminder of how important corporate governance reform is to making the economy fairer for all working people.
Equality Issues: 09 January 2017
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