Protection from Sexual Harassment - Revised 2018 Date of Publication: 2017 It does not matter how long you have worked for your employer or whether you are  an apprentice, a trainee or agency worker, you are protected from sexual harassment in the workplace by the Equality Act 2010. This booklet describes the offence, it's impact and the rights you have to fight back if it happens. Single copies are free of charge. Bulk orders are charged as follows:  2-100 copies - 50p each, 101-500 - 40p each, over 500 - 30p each. Please call or email for larger quantity prices. 0207 467 1294 [email protected]
Enforcing the National Minimum Wage Date of Publication: 2017 This guide is for advisors and union representatives helping low-paid workers secure their national minimum wage (NMW) rights. Effective enforcement is essential so that all workers who are entitled to the NMW actually receive it. Most workers are entitled to the NMW, but there are exemptions. This helpful guide examines who is covered. This booklet also includes an essential resources list at the end of the guide. Please note that although this guide has been provided with the utmost care, it does not constitute legal advice. One copy is free to union members, but bulk orders are possible, please contact TUC Publications by email [email protected] or by phone 0207 467 1294
The Gig is Up Date of Publication: 2017 Over three million people face insecurity at work, that's one in ten of the UK workforce! This report shows the impact of insecurity at work on workers themselves, and on the UK's economy and public finances. It reports back from a TUC survey and most importantly it sets out what policy-makers could do to ensure that the modern world of work is one in which everyone can have a decent job. This publication is £10 or free to members of TUC affiliated unions. Please note ONE copy is free to union members (Please call or email for bulk requirments, which make incur carriage costs)
Working time, breaks and holidays - Know Your Rights booklet Date of Publication: 2017 The law relating to your working time is complicated. Some bad employers take advantage of this to deny staff their rights. Others may not understand what the law requires. Step by step, this leaflet explains weekly hours limits and night working limits; and your rights to breaks, rest periods and paid holiday. One copy is free, 2-100 Copies = 50p each, 101-500 = 40p each. Please call for bulk copies. This publication is just a short guide, not a full statement of the law. If your rights are being ignored get advice from your trade union about taking action to enforce them. For further information on other rights at work, visit www.tuc.org.uk/know-your-rights Working time, breaks and holidays - Know Your Rights booklet
TUC Workplace Manual: Third Edition Date of Publication: 2016 After the success of the first edition back in 2012, the TUC has revised this popular manual to include recent legal changes in employment law and employee rights. Invaluable not only for for stewards, equality, green or health and safety reps but for anyone who represents, advises or supports members. A4 square bound 176 page single volume soft-back features extensive checklists, web resources and case studies. Every rep will find the TUC Workplace Manual invaluable, and every rep will appreciate the wealth of practical advice and knowledge in this book. Bulk price discounts available as well as for students on TUC approved courses, please call or email for prices. 0207 467 1294 [email protected]  
Your Rights at Work: a TUC guide (5th Edition) Date of Publication: 2016 This jargon-free guide to the legal rights of the employee and the responsibilities of the employer is written by employment experts at the TUC. The 5th edition (2016) contains new information on parental and adoptive leave, zero-hours contracts, and grievance procedures. All the original material, which included contracts of employment, working time, dismissal, health and safety, bullying, wages and discrimination have been updated. ‘Every worker has something to gain from dipping into this simply written guide.’ The Observer. For bulk orders please download the order form.  
Enforcing Basic Workplace Rights Date of Publication: 2011 This beautifully presented A4 book is a guide for unions and their members to the statutory enforcement rights.
Working in the UK – a guide to your rights Date of Publication: 2015 These booklets for migrant workers in the UK give information on essential UK employment rights in seven language editions: English, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Spanish and Hungarian. They have been produced in partnership with union centres LIGA in Hungary and Cartel Alfa in Romania, with financial support from the European Union. Prices per copy for these 16-page, A5 size publications are: 1 to 10 copies free; 11 to 100 copies 12p each; You can mix and match the languages. Please complete this form and email back to [email protected], or print out and send to: TUC Publications, Congress House, Great Russell St., London WC1B 3LS.
The Pregnancy Test: Ending Discrimination at Work for New Mothers [Report] Date of Publication: 2014 This TUC report says pregnancy and motherhood can seriously affect a woman’s career. Around a quarter of women don’t return to work after maternity leave, and one in six of the mums who do go back, change jobs because their employer won’t allow them to work reduced or flexible hours. It identifies ten ways pregnant women and new mothers are mistreated at work and five things that need to change
Leave and Pay for Mothers - Know Your Rights booklet Date of Publication: 2014 ~~Pregnant women are protected from harm in the workplace and have the right not to be dismissed or unfavourably treated because of their pregnancy. Most employed mothers are entitled to 52 weeks’ maternity leave and 39 weeks’ Statutory Maternity Pay or Maternity Allowance. Mothers with children born on or after 5 April 2015 may also be able to convert some of their maternity leave and pay into Shared Parental Leave and Pay which they or their partner can take on a more flexible basis in the first year of their child’s life. This booklet describes how these rights work. It also provides information on the right to unpaid parental leave, the right to request flexible working and the right to emergency time off for dependants, which may help mothers balance paid work with bringing up their children.   If you are adopting a child or having a child through surrogacy arrangements you may wish to refer to separate Know Your Rights booklets that cover these situations

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