Getting a fair deal
Unison solicitor John Clinch provides a union perspective on the Government's review of the 1999 Employment Relation's Act
In its first term in office, Labour produced the Fairness at Work White Paper in which the resultant Employment Relations Act 1999 (1999 Act) was described as the industrial relations settlement for that Parliament. The same White Paper promised a review of the 1999 Act after its implementation. So here we are, with another White Paper for this Parliament.
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