Increase in Zero-hour contracts could be thin end of the wedge unless employers are held to account says STUC

11th August 2020

The STUC has called on bar, restaurant and accommodation workers to monitor employers and share information with colleagues as figures released today indicate a shortage of work and increase in zero hours contracts that risks putting workers even more at the mercy of bosses.

STUC Black Workers Committee Raises Concerns with SQA

10th August 2020

The Scottish Trades Union Congress Black Workers Committee has today written to the SQA to raise concerns about the re-grading of pupil’s exam results and the lack of ethnicity data gathering from the SQA.

Scottish Government’s Economic Recovery Implementation Plan does not match up to the scale of the crisis

5th August 2020

Despite some welcome initiatives and commitment to Fair Work, Scottish Government’s Economic Recovery Implementation Plan does not match up to the scale of the crisis and the need to build back better

STUC welcomes Scottish Government COVID-19 call centre guidance. Calls on employers to heed stronger Scottish guidance and to engage with unions to ensure a proper risk assessment process

3rd August 2020

Collective action is key to stopping tidal wave of redundancies, says STUC as first phase of furlough scheme comes to an end

31st July 2020

Scottish Government correct to sound alarm over UK single market white paper.

30th July 2020

UK Government would use single market provisions to undermine Scottish Parliament powers.

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