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Trade Union Recognition

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TUC welcomes strengthening of staff voice at work
Welcoming the Employment Relations Bill, that received Royal Assent yesterday (Thursday), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: “This Bill contains significant union victories...
17 September 2004

Six million workers denied a voice at work
Three years after the majority of UK workers won the right to be represented by a union, six million employees in small firms are still being denied a voice at work, says a report from the TUC out today (Friday).
5 December 2003

TUC says May Day is a call for employment laws to guarantee justice, equality and respect at work for all
On Thursday 1 May, trade unionists will join the traditional London May Day march to celebrate International Workers Day and call for better employment and trade union rights for workers in Britain and abroad. Britain fails to meet the minimum standards set by the UN International Labour Organisation. May Day in London sends out the message - the time has come for a Charter of Worker's Rights firmly based on principles of equality, justice and respect at work.
29 April 2003

Modern Rights for Modern Workplaces: TUC submission to the review of the Employment Relations Act 1999
This comprehensive document is the TUC's submission to the Government on their review of the Employment Relations Act 1999. It has been revised to take account of recent developments, for example the ruling of the ECHR in the Wilson/Palmer case.
17 October 2002

Unions win ruling in European Court of Human Rights
Judges at the European Court of Human Rights today unanimously made a ruling in favour of trade union members Dave Wilson and Terrence Palmer, which will stop employers from penalising workers who want to be represented by a union at work
2 July 2002

US style union busting will not work
TUC General Secretary, John Monks, has told the UCATT annual conference that US style union busting techniques will not work if imported into the UK.
7 June 2000

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