Wales to launch new trade union rights

Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford yesterday detailed the core principles of a new Social Partnership Bill to the Welsh Assembly, which will make it easier for unions, employers and government to work together to provide fair work and a strong, productive economy for all. READ PRESS RELEASE

The policies proposed by Drakeford and his team are based upon recommendations made by the Fair Work Commission, whose latest report was informed, in part, by the Institute of Employment Rights' Manifesto for Labour Law.

The Institute is running a FREE event in Cardiff, on Tuesday 16th July, where the lawyers and academics behind the Manifesto will join representatives from the social partners who worked together to develop plans for reform, including Wakes TUC and the a member of the Welsh Assembly.


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