Tuesday 13 September is an honourary “digi day” at TUC Congress in Brighton, with two fringe events tackling the challenges for unions in adapting to a digital-first world. Continue reading Digital day at #TUC16
Probably the defining issue for unions over the last year has been the government’s Trade Union Act. It’s a wide-ranging collection of restrictions on union’s rights and duties, that make it harder for unions to organise and represent their members, and that undermines British workers’ right to strike.
We’re proud of the concerted and unified campaign that unions and union members mounted against it during its long parliamentary passage. We managed to secure extensive concessions and defeats to some of its worst measures, cutting off harmful proposals that struck at unions’ finances and organisation.
But we also won an interesting positive change from the Government, one that they had tried their hardest to resist. They’ve now conceded an independent review into allowing unions to use online voting for strikes and statutory ballots. Continue reading The campaign for online union balloting
Every year the TUC organise an awards event to honour the best work done by unions’ campaigners and comms teams over the past 12 months. Continue reading The best of union digital comms for 2016
We work to help the British trades union movement adapt to make the best of the opportunities offered by a digital first world. Continue reading About TUC digital