Uber, Lyft et al spent US$200m to get employment rights to suit their business model. Could it happen here? CONTINUE READING
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What now for NZ workers after Labour’s landslide?
With an unexpected majority Labour government, what are the priority issues for the NZ Council of trade Unions? CONTINUE READING
It’s all about organising, with Rozanne Foyer
STUC General Secretary on campaigning, Covid, working with government, the independence debate, and her trade union journey. CONTINUE READING
12 Entrepreneurs Discuss The Impact of The Gig Economy – Rescue a CEO
Happy to have shared my experience with Rescue a CEO (see #8). 12 Entrepreneurs Discuss The Impact of The Gig Economy – Rescue a CEO — Read on rescue.ceoblognation.com/2019/07/17/entrepreneurs-explain-the-impact-of-the-gig-economy/… CONTINUE READING
New Podcast: Battling Low Pay In British Theatres Matters To All Of Us
Charlotte Bence (Equity) and Becky Wright (Unions21) recording our latest podcast In 1982, Colin Welland won the Oscar for best screenplay. The film, also winner of the Oscar for best picture, was Chariots of Fire. Welland accepted his award with the clarion call: “The British Are Coming!” Setting aside he historical contradiction – those words… CONTINUE READING
Why Deliveroo Fails Its Riders – And The Rest Of Us Too
The train of appropriate regulation of this economic space has left the station and gathering speed. Deliveroo either needs to buy a ticket or get left behind. CONTINUE READING
Shock! Gig Economy Is Not The Only Show In Town
New research shows retail trumping social care in jobs of the near future CONTINUE READING
“Access Denied” to Workplace Mental Health?
Access and affordability are barriers to good mental health CONTINUE READING