Sainsbury’s has enraged unions and MPs after refusing to back down in a row over staff pay, with the supermarket accused of “holding a gun to workers’ heads”.
Workers at Luton airport, including baggage handlers, firefighters and security staff are to stage strikes over the May Bank Holiday weekend in disputes over pay and zero hours contracts.
RBS chief executive Ross McEwan has been accused of showing “contempt” for customers after brushing off MPs’ appeals to reconsider closures.
A complaint that the leader of the giant Unite union breached rules when he was re-elected last year has been rejected.
Unite workers on the Mariner platform have overwhelmingly rejected a pay offer from Aker Solutions aimed at ending an ongoing dispute. In a consultative ballot, 91% of members rejected the offer. 85% of workers who could have taken part in the vote did so. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
Unions have voiced fresh concerns about the threat of US tariffs on steel products despite the announcement of a 30-day delay in bringing in the measure.
Offshore union Unite is threatening an industrial ballot over “delayed” payments to workers by Sparrows.
Tens of thousands of health workers have started voting on whether to accept a three-year pay deal.
A series of strike ballots are being held among workers at Luton Airport including firefighters, security guards and baggage handlers in four separate disputes over pay and zero hours contracts.
Offshore union Unite has renewed calls to ban the Super Puma from the North Sea at a major conference in Aviemore.
A month-long industrial dispute between Aberdeen bus drivers and First over new contract changes came to an end yesterday.
Workers at restaurant chain TGI Fridays are to be balloted for strikes in a dispute over wages and tips.
A bus strike has been suspended after bosses made a “fresh and final” offer at the 11th hour.
North Sea workers have rejected a pay offer from the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA).
JA union boss has said that striking Aberdeen bus drivers are “extremely committed” to their industrial action as a week-long walk-out begins today.
Changes should be made to strengthen the interests of workers when British firms face “casino-style” takeovers, the country’s biggest trade union has said.
Health workers ranging from nurses and ambulance drivers to hospital porters and cleaners are being urged to accept a “significant” pay offer ranging from 6.5% to 29% over the next three years.
Bus firms last night hit out at accusations they have offered bus drivers large payouts to work in Aberdeen amid strike action.
A union official has been appointed Labour’s new general secretary, becoming only the second woman to hold the post.
There is no end in sight to the disruption of bus services in Aberdeen after crunch talks between striking union members and First Bus broke down yesterday.
Hundreds of First Bus drivers will go on strike today as part of industrial action over new contracts.
The majority of secondary schools in England have seen a rise in class sizes over the past two years, it has been suggested.
The Corbynite chair of the Momentum campaign group has triggered a power struggle at the top of Labour by challenging a Unite union official for the role of party general secretary.
An official with the Unite union is to apply for the post of general secretary of the Labour Party.
Workers from GKN are to lobby MPs as part of their campaign against a takeover of the engineering giant by Melrose.
Thousands of workers at energy firm Western Power Distribution are to receive above inflation pay rises over the next two years.
Unions and business leaders welcomed Jeremy Corbyn’s speech on Brexit, although directors say there are still unanswered questions.
The UK’s largest offshore union has launched a campaign to protect workers’ jobs as the energy sector starts to rely more heavily on robotics.
Odfjell Drilling has put forward another revised pay offer after north-east workers voted to reject earlier proposals.
Union bosses have warned strike action by bus drivers “is not far away", as ballots are posted out over a pay dispute.
A plan by whisky giants Diageo to change the formula of Scotland’s national drink has been condemned by union bosses who last night claimed Robert Burns would be “turning in his grave”.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen could be balloted on industrial action within a matter of weeks after talks with unions broke down last night.