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Socialists recognise unions’ central role and workers’ collective power at the workplace in not only the socialist project but also in advancing workers’ economic and political interests, and the link between the two (revolution and reform). The argument presented here is that so significant is the contemporary disarticulation in union presence and power in Britain that this must temper expectations of what trade unionism can currently achieve. It must, therefore, also temper the expectations of the returns on socialists’ union work. Consequently, this article seeks to provide an analysis of the current ...
The GB&GWU met today with representative the Trade Union Recognition and Certification Board at the Board’s invitation to work out the modalities to conduct a poll “for continued certification of the bargaining unit.” The Union communicated to the Representatives that in principle it is not objecting to the activation of ‘Poll for continued certification’ Section 31 of the Recognition Act which says, “On an application made by a minimum of forty per cent of workers in a bargaining unit for which a union is certified the Board shall cause a poll to be taken to determine whether the union ... Read More
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