STUC marks 100th year anniversary of the death of Mary McArthur

1st January 2021

Mary McArthur (1880 – 1921) campaigned on behalf of ‘sweated’ workers who were forced to work in poor conditions for little pay. She advocated for a legal minimum wage and helped to organise a number of strikes involving female workers.

STUC General Secretary predicts that trade union membership and activity will continue to grow in 2021

31st December 2020

STUC raises alarm over “low levels of trust” between workers and employers, as mental health toll of winter deepens.

29th December 2020

The STUC surveyed over a thousand workers and found that the crisis has exacerbated a pre-existing lack of trust in employers when it comes to disclosing mental health conditions.

STUC General Secretary praises ‘unsung health and safety heroes’ following the most challenging of years for workplace for health & safety

27th December 2020

The Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has been reflecting on what has been the “most challenging year ever” for workplace health and safety reps.

STUC sees big battles ahead to protect employment rights post Brexit trade deal

24th December 2020

Avoiding the precipice of a No Deal Brexit does not disguise the threats to workers’ rights

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