As the nation begins to feel the strain of the first doctors walk out, and unions announce the latest planned London Underground strikes, Jan Cavelle explains why she believes these types of industrial action are damaging and unrealistic.
In an effort to modernise trade union membership procedures originating from a time when many people didn’t have bank accounts, the government has announced its intention to get rid of the “check off” in public sector organisations.
In light of upcoming strikes which could see our transport system descend into chaos, it's time for voting laws to be taken further than business secretary Sajid Javid's new plans to ensure the union's voice is truly representative.
A recent report from CommuteLondon counted nearly 480,000 tweets from frustrated commuters last year – so we pulled together the best ones.
As newly appointed business secretary Sajid Javid announced there will be “significant changes” to strike laws under the new government, RMT members have voted to strike.
The Institute of Directors has called on the Government to look at changing rule governing trade union strikes ahead of today's strike by a number of public sector workers.
Last week's tube strike was a sharp reminder of how industrial action can affect a business. Here's how to deal with it in the most effective way possible.
Unilever employees are going on strike again. Here are six negotiating techniques for breaking industrial action and reaching a deal.