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Collective bargaining

Is imposing a pay deal an inducement to forgo collective bargaining?

A worker who is a member of a recognised Trade Union can issue a claimView Article

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Is an employee taking part in a strike protected from detriment?

An employee has the right not to be subjected to a detriment by their employerView Article

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strike
detriment

Is an employee who takes part in a strike protected from detriment?

The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA) protects employees from detriment connectedView Article

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Unlawful inducement to forgo collective bargaining rights?

The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA) prohibits employers from inducing theirView Article

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collective bargaining
trade union representative

Was a trade union representative unfairly dismissed despite alleged misuse of confidential information?

An employee’s dismissal is automatically unfair if the reason, or principal reason for the dismissalView Article

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Bypassing collective bargaining – the risk for employers

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has considered the first appeal in respect of claims that anView Article

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collective bargaining
union recognition for small pool of employees

Court of Appeal upholds trade union recognition for small pool of employees

The Court of Appeal has upheld a Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) decision that a groupView Article

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Government to review electronic voting in industrial action ballots

The government has announced that it has appointed Sir Ken Knight, CBE, QFSM to undertakeView Article

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electronic voting
unlawful detriment

Union member suffered an unlawful detriment

A union member suffered an unlawful detriment because his employer failed to deal with hostilityView Article

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Trade Union Bill update

The Trade Union Bill completed the committee stage in the House of Commons on 27View Article

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Trade Union Bill