Showing items tagged with 'tuc'
9 August 2013: The course will help you raise awareness of disability issues and provide practical solutions to help employers affect real change in the workplace.
9 August 2013: This training course will train equality reps in their new role and help them get to grips with the new and changing equality agenda.
9 August 2013: The course explains key issues such as development, poverty, free trade and labour migration.
9 August 2013: This course trains reps who will be active in their workplaces in helping colleagues understand the different aspects of pensions, how much they are likely to get in retirement and what they can do to improve their situation.
9 August 2013: This course is for union reps who may have an environmental role in the workplace, are thinking about how union representation should be organised in the workplace and would find a general awareness of environmental issues useful.
2 August 2013: The Real Cost of Privatisation is the Trade Union Coordinating Group evening fringe meeting at TUC Congress.
1 August 2013: The lunchtime meeting: Austerity Post 2015 – What's the Alternative? is one of two fringe meetings at Congress organised by the Trade Union Coordinating Group.
11 June 2013: The NUJ is supporting the TUC's campaign against the failed policy of austerity.
5 June 2013: "Give Britain a pay rise," said Frances O'Grady, TUC general secretary, at the International Federation of Journalists pre-Congress session Decent Jobs, Not Austerity in Dublin.
3 June 2013: Safety of journalists, austerity economics, the media's portrayal of women, defending authors' rights and building the strength of unions are all topics to be addressed.