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Why reasonable adjustments must be standard and not an afterthought

The TUC must use its power to argue legislative changes to strengthen the rights of disabled workers to receive “reasonable adjustments” and for employers to be fined if they do not provide them.

Disabled Workers' Conference 2022 Fringe

These online events are open to all

TUC Women's conference 2022

NUJ delegates addressed conference on several motions, including on online attacks on women journalists, equal pay and domestic abuse.

18 Mar 2022
It’s Women’s Pay Day

The average woman effectively works for free for nearly two months of the year compared to the average man, according to analysis published by the TUC.

Stand Up To Racism

Take part in the TUC’s fighting for anti-racist workplaces event and the national marches for Stand Up to Racism

19 Jan 2022
Flexible Working: make your voice heard

The TUC is asking your view so it can respond to a government consultation on making flexible working easier

Disability History Month

Meet the NUJ’s Disabled Members' Council and take part in a host of TUC webinars to discuss the key workplace issues affecting disabled workers.

22 Nov 2021
TUC Congress 2021

NUJ delegates join colleagues from across the trade union movement to agree the priorities for the next year.

13 Sep 2021
Ministers have missed chance to help disabled workers, says TUC

The government has failed to act on the disability pay gap and rights on reasonable adjustments.

TUC report finds seven in 10 disabled women say they have been sexually harassed at work

A survey found 68 per cent had been harassed, with one in eight leaving their jobs because of this. 

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