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Collective bargaining is the process of negotiation between representatives of trade unions and employers in respect of employees’ terms and conditions such as pay, hours of work and working conditions.
20 May 2020
The TUC has called for the government to form a National Recovery Council to help the economy heal from the...
17 Feb 2020
The Supreme Court will consider whether an automotive parts firm made “unlawful inducements” when it bypassed a trade union and...
14 Jan 2020
We look at six important employment law cases that will get the headlines in 2020, covering significant issues such as...
11 Dec 2019
We round up the most significant cases of the year including legal judgments on CCTV, restrictive covenants, enhancing shared parental leave, collective bargaining and more...
13 Nov 2019
Royal Mail has won a High Court injunction to prevent postal workers from striking in the run-up to Christmas.
25 Oct 2019
The European Union’s competition commissioner has said that gig workers should be able to “team up” to form unions.
5 Sep 2019
UK workers risk being subjected to 19th-century working conditions if the balance of power is not reset between employers and their staff.
16 Jul 2019
With traditional union membership in decline, employees are finding new ways to voice their opposition to corporate decisions, as shown...
12 Jul 2019
Heathrow airport could be shut down for several days this summer because of strike action by more than 4,000 workers.
13 Jun 2019
The Court of Appeal has overturned a key employment tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal decision on whether employers can offer...
11 Jun 2019
Junior doctors are to be balloted on whether to accept a four-year deal which will mean annual pay uplifts of...
22 May 2019
An employer that was found to have breached trade union regulations by directly approaching workers with a pay deal and...
18 Apr 2019
Last month the High Court dismissed a case which would have seen outsourced workers able to negotiate pay and conditions - but the fight still has legs
26 Mar 2019
The High Court has dismissed a case brought by the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB), which claimed that...