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Health service staff angry that their pay is still being capped despite the economic recovery, are to remind the government today of the millions of hours of unpaid overtime they put in each year.
A new report from the TUC reveals the scale of private sector involvement in the UK prison and probation service,the majority of contracts being held by just three companies.
A new poll published by the ITUC shows workers across the world to be losing faith in national governments who they believe are putting the interests of big corporations ahead of their own,
The UK’s poor track record of social mobility means that people’s life chances are too dependent on their parents’ income, says a new report from thr TUC
A new report from the TUC explains the difficulties autistic people may face at work and suggests changes which can be implemented to make the workplace more autism-friendly
On Workers’ Memorial Day the TUC has warned that the government’s attacks on key health and safety legislation threaten even more accidents, injuries and deaths at work.
The TUC is pressing employers to support relatives of victims of the Rana Plaza tragedy, a year after the Bangladesh factory collapse that killed almost 1,200.
Self-employment accounts for 44 per cent of the net rise in employment since mid-2010, says the TUC, ahead of the latest employment figures this week.
New research shows the number of households hit by the bedroom tax fell by just 15 per cent last year, with nearly six out of seven affected households unable to avoid a cut in rent support.
Years of real-terms cuts to child benefit, statutory maternity, paternity and adoption pay will leave expectant and new parents up to £450 a year worse off, says the TUC.