On Equal Pay Day we recognise the sad truth of the persistent gender pay gap, but we should also celebrate the work of unions in achieving greater equality.
Unions have a proud history of improving members' rights in the workplace, through negotiating pay and terms and conditions, promoting equality and fairness, and protecting workers’ health and safety.
With news of a general election in June, now is the time to ensure that workers’ rights are high on the political agenda.
Today is a dark day for workers as the majority of the Trade Union Act comes into force.
The abuse of workers in the growing ‘gig economy’ was highlighted in the recent employment tribunal case against Uber.
Shocking figures of sexual harassment at work have dominated the headlines today, with the publication of new research ‘Still just a bit of banter?’
As Euro 2016 football fever grips fans, we blow the whistle on employment issues that may cause red cards in the workplace.
Prospect reps have stressed that stronger rights for union organisation, transparent and fair pay, and protection for workers with mental health difficulties are among their key priorities for improvements in the law.