still pervades Britain’s workplaces, according to a new report.
TUC report Black Voices at Work, finds that despite progress, hidden racism
at the 10th TUC Black Workers’ Conference, the report calls on the Government
to extend race relations laws to require all employers to positively promote
report wants racial discrimination and the expressing of racist views to be
treated as a serious disciplinary offence.
Barber, TUC general secretary-elect, said: "Anti-racist laws and
campaigning have bought real benefits to large numbers of workers. Now the
Government must legislate to force all employers to rid our workplaces of