In this special episode, Simon meets the team from Thompsons solicitors, to talk about their work on behalf of unions and their members. Joined by Lorna Webster, Linda Millband and Tom Jones, the discussion takes in some key campaigns – Patients before Profits (the medical negligence represented by mesh implants), Asbestos Past But Present (justice for those suffering with often fatal asbestos-related diseases), Small Claims – Big Impact (trying to avert changes to small claims cases that will adversely affect claimants) and #Feeding FatCats (seeking more responsibility and accountability from insurance companies).
A Makes-You-Think production.
Post Election Prospects For Unions w/James Morris
Trade Unions And The Process Of Change w/Betsy Dillner, Dean Rogers
New Union Organising Models w/John Forth and Mathias Askholm
How Does The U21 Podcast Make You Feel?
Unions21 Conference 2019 - part 2: The Future Of Work
Unions21 Conference 2019 - part 1; the Future of Collective Voice
Can The Industrial Strategy Deliver? - w/Andy Haldane
Special episode: US unions and the Future of Work - w/Damon Silvers
UCU General Secretary-elect Dr Jo Grady
Women, Work and Barriers to Industrial Prosperity -w/Jess Phillips MP
Enforcing Labour Standards - w/Sir David Metcalf
The Future Of Work - Taming The Robots
What Future For ACAS? - w/Brendan Barber
Industrial Strategy and Collective Voice - w/Chi Onwurah
What Makes NHS Employers tick? - w/Danny Mortimer
How To Win Union Recognition: The PDAU Story
Kiwi Lessons In Innovation
HeartUnions Week 2019
New Workers’ Rights dissected and 2018 in review w/ Becky Wright & Simon Sapper