As P&O's Peter Hebblethwaite wins the "award" for the world's worst boss, the ITUC sends a message to bad employers - "if you fail to uphold workers’ rights... the global union movement will be there to hold you to account."
"Senior managers in our industry take home huge salaries; rail operators have paid dividends to their shareholders right through the pandemic... the claim that there's no money left to pay rail workers properly is just not true."
The TUC lays wider research that show serious exploitation is rife in Qatar, and calls on the government to challenge the abuse of LGBT, women's and human rights.
"70,000 university staff have turned out like never before, defying bullying tactics from management to show they will no longer accept falling pay, pension cuts, brutal workloads and gig-economy working conditions."
"Community Wealth Building has been referred to as ‘guerrilla localism’, & this is not a bad description. It captures the dynamism of the idea, & suggests the power of activism to achieve change."
As university staff in the UK begin the biggest strike action in the sector's history, Caitlin Adam looks at the reasons why educators are striking and the effects of marketisation on Higher Education.
"Our message to the public is we are sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to direct your anger and frustration at the government and railway employers during this latest phase of action."
"Jeremy Hunt has chosen to meet his self-imposed targets by slashing public services and raising taxes on workers, rather than those responsible" - Unite General Secretary Sharon Graham responds to the Autumn Statement.
Ahead of the Campaign for Trade Union Freedom (CTUF) Conference on December 3rd, Andy Green looks at the attacks on the right to strike, and why trade union fighting back.
"Thousands of students will support university workers throughout the duration of the industrial action, taking part in teach-ins, joining staff on picket lines, and working to organise strike fundraisers."