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Working at Ford: the Asian Women’s Story
Date of Publication: 2007This filmed interview on DVD is part of the TUC Equal Pay Archive – Recording Women’s Voices series. It comes in a pack which also includes a leaflet, a postcard, and a set of notes. It deals, however, not so much with equal pay as with living and working at Ford in the second half of the 20th century. The DVD can also be bought as part The TUC Equal Pay oral history archive set which consists of eight filmed interviews with women and union reps who have won important equal pay victories in the last 50 years Available only...
TUC Equal Pay Archive: Presentation Pack
Date of Publication: 2007This presentation pack contains; A DVD of an introductory film, edited versions of each of the first seven films, plus a montage and documentary on the struggle for equal pay since the 1880's, The Equal Pay Story-Scenes from a Turbulent History . Separate DVD of The Equal Pay Story- Scenes from a Turbulent History . A4 colour booklet, notes and resources, plus two postcards. Campaigning to Close the Pay Gap- colour booklet originally produced in 2000 to clebrate 30 years of the Equal Pay Act.
Hadi Never Died: Hadi Saleh and the Iraqi trade unions
Date of Publication: 2006An inspiring story of the Iraqi labour movement and Hadi Saleh, a trade unionist who gave his life in pursuit of a new Iraq. Written by Abdullah Saleh and Alan Johnson.
Sodom, Gomorrah and the New Jerusalem
Date of Publication: 2006Written by Peter Purton with a foreword by Chris Smith, this book looks at what has happened to the rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and trans people over the last hundred years since the Parliamentary Labour Party was formed.
About Time: a new agenda for shaping working hours
Date of Publication: 2002Working excessive hours leads to ill health, poor morale, and a negative rather than positive effect on productivity. Evidence suggests that it is increasingly difficult for people to get their jobs done in their contractual hours and that there is a mismatch between the hours that people would like to work and the jobs available. In this report the TUC calls on employers and unions to open up constructive discussions about new forms of work organisation.
Domestic Violence: a guide for the workplace
Date of Publication: 2002This guide is aimed at union reps and employers who need advice on dealing with the impact of domestic violence in the workplace. It includes facts and figures about the prevalence of this crime, case studies, and advice on drawing up a workplace policy to address the key issues of support, referral, and confidentiality.
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