Labour Research

Current issue (July 2016)

Blacklisting fight goes on - Despite a recent major victory, blacklisted workers and their unions insist that the fight against blacklisting firms must continue; Act of discrimination - The 2016 Immigration Act will fuel discrimination against minorities, say unions and campaigners; Union membership - Union membership remains stable, but the worryingly low level of collective bargaining coverage is a concern; Dying to work - A TUC campaign is focussing on the rights of workers with a terminal illness

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Labour Research is the UK monthly that keeps you right on top of what's happening in the unions - from how they're responding to the impact of government policy on unions and working people to union initiatives on recruitment and growth.

The magazine also provides regular updates on workers' legal rights and changes in employment law, as well as the essential information union reps need to monitor, and take effective action on, health and safety at work. And it gives the latest information on equality matters and European Union developments.