Workers push for new rights as labour law continues to evolve

Warren, Martin
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p60
The article focuses on the changes in the collective labor law being asked by labor unions in Great Britain. Since 1997, collective labor law in Great Britain have experienced major changes including statutory trade union recognition rights and increased legal protection for striking employees. However, unions are still pushing for law reform, including the relaxation of the Thatcherite union law and new rules to protect employees in private equity takeovers.


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