Rights at work blog
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.
The invidious Trade Union Bill has now received royal assent. The Act is a massive attack on workers and their unions.
International Workers’ Day on 1 May is a day to celebrate the trade union movement and commit to the fight for improved rights.