STUC News releases

STUC Black Workers’ Conference – Our Future in Scotland

3rd October 2014

18th STUC Black Workers’ Conference Saturday 4 / Sunday 5 October 2014 Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld

STUC on further powers for the Scottish Parliament

22nd September 2014

Commenting on the ongoing dispute between the three unionist parties on further powers for the Scottish Parliament, Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) General Secretary Grahame Smith said: “The perpetual squabbling between the politicians in the three unionist parties over their enhanced devolution proposals, how quickly they should be introduced and on what terms, shows that they have learned nothing from the recent referendum campaign.

STUC on First Minister’s resignation

19th September 2014

Commenting on Alex Salmond’s decision to resign as First Minister, Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) General Secretary Grahame Smith said: ‘Alex Salmond has been a dominant figure in Scottish politics for over two decades. ‘Whatever you think of his politics you cannot deny his political achievements. The longest serving First Minister; the first party leader to secure a Scottish Parliament majority; delivering an Referendum on Independence and increasing popular support for it.

STUC Youth Committee Statement on the result of the Scottish independence referendum

19th September 2014

Yesterday Scotland decided its future in the referendum on Scottish Independence. Scotland's Young People, Young Workers and Young Trade Unionists were very much part of this, many of whom went out and voted for the first time.

STUC on Independence Referendum Result

19th September 2014

Commenting on the Independence Referendum Result, Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) General Secretary Grahame Smith said: “The Referendum was a triumph for democracy. The phenomenal turnout came on the back of months of discussion and debate in workplaces, in communities and within families. More trade unionists and their families registered and turned out to vote than ever before

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Holiday Pay Claims Explained

If you are paid less than your normal pay when you take a holiday then you might have a claim against your employer worth thousands of pounds. You will have a claim if you normally receive additional payments on top of your basic salary

STUC Information Guide Scottish Employment Tribunals

Tribunals guide STUC publishes Information Guide to Scottish Employment Tribunals. Download a copy here.

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