Special Report on
Trade Union Recognition Agreement
Trade Union Recognition Agreement - Trends
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The latest annual survey on union recognition agreements, published by the Trades Union Congress in April 2006, highlights a sharp fall in recognition deals reached with employers, even though the number of union campaigns for recognition has increased. The results of the latest ‘Focus on recognition’ survey, published annually by the Trades Union Congress ( TUC ) and the Labour Research Department ( LRD ), shows a significant fall in the number of recognition agreements signed between trade unions and employers . Thirty-five trade unions took part in the survey, which covers the year from November 2004 ...
HUNDREDS of trade unionists braved the weather and took to the streets of York last Saturday to demonstrate against Government plans to close a local Remploy factory, job centres and post offices. These are the three most important issues facing workers in the area. The unions GMB Unite, Community, PCS and CWU organised the protest to call on the Government to rethink its policies on welfare reform, the employment of disabled people and the provision of our Royal Mail Services. North Yorkshire has seen the closure of 22 post offices and hundreds of job cuts, including the loss of 50 ... Read More
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