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Congress of 1868
Date of Publication:
1982
Price:
£0.75

The origins and establishment of the Trades Union Congress

Out at Work
Date of Publication:
2014
Price:
£0.00

This book was first written in 2007 and since then LGBT people now enjoy the same protections and rights as everyone else under the Equality Act 2010. Same-sex couples can have a civil marriage since

Hard Work, Hidden Lives: the Short Report of the Commission on Vulnerable Employment
Date of Publication:
2008
Price:
£20.00

This report highlights the key findings and recommendations of the Commission on Vulnerable Employment. It looks at the extent and impact of vulnerable employment in the UK, and proposes practical

Representing and Supporting Members with Mental Health Problems at Work
Date of Publication:
2008
Price:
£5.00
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Out of stock

Hundreds of thousands of people at work face ignorance, prejudice and stigma because of mental health problems. Even more – who are both able and willing to work – cannot get a job if they have or

Family-Friendly Rights: Transforming Britain’s Workplaces
Date of Publication:
2008
Price:
£16.00

This guide for union negotiators brings together all the arguments for family-friendly working in one book: the case for flexible working; and for improved access to entitlements for mums, dads,

Words Can Never Hurt Me? A TUC briefing on avoiding language which may be offensive to disabled people
Date of Publication:
1998
Price:
£0.50
Stock:
1

This is a handy guide to help prevent deliberate or thoughtless terminology.

Swimming Against the Tide
Date of Publication:
2012
Price:
£0.00

SERTUC's ninth survey of equality in trade unions reporting on 38 affiliates with 99% of the TUC's affiliated membership.

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Protecting Vulnerable Workers in Supply Chains
Date of Publication:
2012
Price:
£5.00

This TUC guide shows how trade unions can improve conditions for vulnerable workers through negotiations with employers on their behalf. Originally produced as round 3 of the Union Modernisation Fund,

The Red Tape Delusion: Why deregulation won’t solve the jobs crisis
Date of Publication:
2010
Price:
£10.00

This is the ninth in the series of Touchstone Pamphlets designed to inform and stimulate debate on the most pressing issues facing British policymakers. The Red Tape Delusion takes a forensic look at

Want Better Pay, Conditions and Benefits at Work? Join A Union
Date of Publication:
2011
Price:
£0.00

There are more than six million workers who are union members in the UK. If you want to join them, find out more with this pocket sized fold out leaflet.

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