workers rights

Downing Street insists "we will not be lowering workers' rights" but does not rule out changes to the EU working time directive.
The Fawcett Society and West Midlands Women's Voice say they want inequality addressed, and accessible mental health hubs set up in high streets.
Is it safe to return to work? And what if I have to take public transport?
Self-isolation, home working and stockpiling are not options for those living paycheque-to-paycheque.
One McDonald’s employee talks about her experience fighting for a liveable wage, as some staff from the franchise’s South London stores go on strike for better working conditions.
Duncan Carson is a former Asda employee who worked as a baker for 13 years. He refused to sign their controversial new contract, along with over ten thousand others. The new conditions would see workers lose paid breaks and be given less notice before shifts. He lost his job as a result. Here he explains the “flexibility” clause that forced him into this position.
The new conditions would see workers lose paid breaks and be given less notice before shifts.
For working people in Britain, her deal doesn’t take back control: it allows the Tories to take it away
It's not the age of our movement, it is the age of the people in it. Unions need to nearly double their membership amongst under-35s over the next decade just to stand still.
Former participants in municipal job creation programme want permanent jobs.