Laid bare: The scandal of expendable workers before, during and after Covid https://www.ier.org.uk/comments/laid-bare-the-scandal-of-expendable-workers-before-during-and-after-covid/ The new class divide – how Covid-19 exposed and exacerbated workplace inequality in the UK
Coronavirus at Work webinar, with Quinn Roache, Policy Officer in LGBT+ and Disability Rights, and Shelly Asquith, Health and Safety Officer. Watch the recording to see discussions on: – Ergonomic […]
Friday 27 November, 9.30am-12.30
Workers in the West Midlands put in £2.7bn worth of unpaid overtime last year – TUC analysis
Sat 17 September, Birmingham 11am-3.30pm free but booking needed
On Tuesday 3rd July a large protest was held against the governments Government’s decision to end the crane registration regulations
It’s not common sense, it’s nonsense say local campaigners Biased report based on prejudice not evidence says the West Midlands Hazards Trust
Take back the streets Join the march against rape, sexual violence and harassment in all its forms!
Twelve houses on a chemical-plagued Wolverhampton estate have been declared contaminated – sparking an investigation for asbestos at hundreds of other homes.