Society & Culture
In the finale to their second series of @Unions21 podcasts, @beckunions21 and @simonsapper tackle the under-reported scourge of domestic violence, why it is a trade union issue and how we could do worse than follow the example of New Zealand. The heat wave - and what employers should be doing about it - receives special attention. And Prof Mel Simms sets out her views on “where next’ for the world of work, and what she and her academic colleagues will be focussing on next. Real blue-sky stuff, you won’t want to miss. Supported by the university of Glasgow. Production assistant Henry Skewes, A Makes-You-Think production.
Kiwi Lessons In Innovation
HeartUnions Week 2019
New Workers’ Rights dissected and 2018 in review w/ Becky Wright & Simon Sapper
How Collective Bargaining Controls Algorithms & Other Tales From Sweden
Organising, Comms and Strategic Choice w/ Vic Barlow
Lifting The Lid On The Low Pay Commission
Lessons for everyone in Equity’s fight against low pay - w/ Charlotte Bence
Civil Servants, Collective Voice and Brexit Abuse w/Amy Leversidge
The Aussie view on UK union challenges w/ Dr Chris Wright
TUC review w/ Paddy Lillis, Antonia Bance, Worksmart and 90,000 new members!
Bite-size Masterclass 5: Unions And Good Governance w/ Claire Sullivan
Bite-size Masterclass 4: Union organising across borders w/ Garry Elliott
Bite-size Masterclass 3: Union organising, education and the mobile divide, w/ Dr Peter Bloom
Bite-size Masterclass 2: Unions and CPD, an unbeatable combination w Mary Bousted
Bite-size Masterclass 1: A renaissance of private-sector unionism w/ Mike Clancy
“I didn’t think I could take my maternity leave but I knew I had to"
Young Workers, Collective Voice and #LikeASwede
Special Episode: US unions respond after Janus case - holed below the waterline, or conservative own-goal?
A Good Week For Unions w Paul Day & Joe Dromey
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