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Changing Collective Bargaining
Union representation is the most effective way for workers to ensure their voices are heard but we must find new ways of collective negotiation to help address the serious challenges facing the UK economy and labour force today - read our latest blog by Melanie Simms, Professor of Work and Employment, University of Glasgow.
Posted: 8 March 2019
Collective Voice for a Living Wage
Unions have played an important part in spreading the Living Wage in parts of the economy where they are present, but could they do more?
Posted: 28 February 2019
On the side of the Good? An Introduction to A New Theory of Industrial Relations by Connor Cradden
Posted: 22 February 2019
Lessons For Collective Voice From Europe
Posted: 14 February 2019
Collective Voice in a post Brexit UK?
Regardless of the final Brexit outcome, the UK needs to begin to determine what kind of economy and labour market it wants in the future. We need an honest conversation on how we can address stagnant wages, long hours and low productivity.
Posted: 7 February 2019
Lessons from New Zealand
New Zealand stands out on the world stage as a government proactively looking to extend employment rights. The Labour government has already made significant progress on reforming its employment framework and establishing new approaches for a rapidly changing world of work.
Posted: 24 January 2019
How Collective Bargaining Controls Algorithms & Other Tales From Sweden
Posted: 10 December 2018
Exploring the relationship between organising and communications
Posted: 7 December 2018
The Forgotten Workers: Tackling low-paid workers with multiple jobs
Posted: 19 November 2018
Unions need to get serious about innovation – and rethink collective bargaining
Posted: 24 October 2018