This paper provides an overview of the rules surrounding COVID-19 and returning to work. It discusses the lockdown legislation, employer's health and safety obligations and when workers can refuse to go to work.
McDonald’s hits back after MP says trade union staff ‘thrown out’ of restaurants, Warrington Guardian, 23 May 2019
Trade Union (Access to Workplaces), HC Deb 15 May 2019 cc255-257 [Ten-Minute Rule Bill]
Trade union rights of access to workplaces, Early Day Motion, March 2019
Written evidence submitted by Union of Shop Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw), House of Commons Environmental Audit Select Committee, January 2019
Power to the People: How stronger unions can deliver economic justice, IPPR Commission on Economic Justice, May 2018
Further 100-day Commitments in Employment Relations, New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, January 2018 [see pp 9-10 for a summary of the international context]
The gig is up: trade unions tackling insecure work, TUC, June 2017
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This briefing discusses the circumstances in which corporates can commit crimes in England and Wales, setting out recent developments and proposals for reform.
Household debt: Data on the latest household debt statistics, including net lending, mortgage interest rates and insolvencies.