Millions of workers rely on labour market regulation – but unions are the best guarantee of compliance CONTINUE READING
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Kiwi Lessons In Union Innovation
Although 12,000 miles and 13 time zones away, there are important lessons to learn from some impressive initiatives. CONTINUE READING
PODCAST Why New Rights Won’t Fix One-Sided Flexibility At Work
In the season finale, and last episode of 2018, Becky Wright and Simon Sapper look at the Government’s new commitments on worker rights– and highlight what really needs to happen to address one-sided flexibility in employment. We also look back over a memorable podcasting year, with the help of Michele Stanistreet,Gavin Kellyand Charlotte Bence,and lay out a roadmap for work on Collective Worker Voice and… CONTINUE READING
Unions Get The Job Done!
The more we get away from the self-serving, dishonest and default denigration that unions generally receive in much of our media – the better for all of us. 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
A Longer Look At Taylor – Is It Marmalade When We Wanted Marmite?
Black-and-White analysis of Taylor overlooks a more nuanced set of recommendations CONTINUE READING
Taylor Report Is First Step Not Last Word
The notion of “Dependent Contractors” is an important, development, but will not cure the ills of our gig economy. CONTINUE READING