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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 Read more
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 Read more
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 Read more
Unlawful inducement to forgo collective bargaining rights?
The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA) prohibits employers from inducing theirView Article Read more
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 Read more
Bypassing collective bargaining – the risk for employers
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has considered the first appeal in respect of claims that anView Article Read more
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 Read more
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 Read more
Union member suffered an unlawful detriment
A union member suffered an unlawful detriment because his employer failed to deal with hostilityView Article Read more
Trade Union Bill update
The Trade Union Bill completed the committee stage in the House of Commons on 27View Article Read more