The newly-launched #CWU supporters club could be a game-changer
I was pleased to talk to BBC WM on Tuesday about the Birmingham bin-workers’ dispute. Even more pleased to see that it looks like there is some prospect of resolution. Here’s what I had to say.
Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.
Would-be practical obstacles to the Cox report need recognising and debunking before they become a justification for doing nothing.
The @unions21 podcast is one year old! To celebrate, Becky Wright and me joined the TUC Congress in Manchester for our latest episode.
Good governance is at the heart of all organisations and unions are no different. It is, literally, the difference between success and failure
In this second Unions21bite-size masterclass, Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Unionspeaks on how levels of engagement and union education were transformed by embracing the need of members for continuing professional development (CPD). There is expert analysis from Becky Wright, SPERI’s Tom Hunt, and Simon Sapper. We welcome the support of welcome … Continue reading NEW Union learning and CPD – a winning combination
In this week’s Unions21 podcast we learn some vital lessons from both home and abroad
Co-inciding perfectly with the TUC’s 150th birthday celebrations, the latest stats on union membership arrive, and Becky, Jane Holgate and I lose no time in dissecting them on the latest unions 21 podcast.
Network Rail property divestment is a great example of why we need the ability to pause decisions by calling them in for scrutiny