Latest from IER Keep up to date with the latest employment law news and analysis. Latest news See all news News - 22 Apr 2022 53% of UK office workers considering leaving their job New research finds that employers need to change their ways of working if they want to retain staff, particularly the younger generation. News - 21 Apr 2022 92% of supply teachers have concerns about inadequate rates of pay The NASUWT union has highlighted the concerns of supply and substitute teachers this week at their conference in Birmingham. News - 20 Apr 2022 Jacob Rees-Mogg angers unions, telling civil servants to get back to the office Jacob Rees-Mogg, Cabinet Office minister, has written to colleagues, urging them to send a "clear message" to the civil service about his return. Latest comment See all comment Comment - 20 Apr 2022 Solidarity support for Clark’s workers Nigel Costley Comment - 14 Apr 2022 What the UK could learn from New Zealand’s planned labour laws Tony Burke Comment - 4 Apr 2022 ‘Fire and Replace’ NOT ‘Fire and Rehire’: What is to be done? Keith Ewing - 1 Apr 2022 Shapps’ P&O response is far from adequate Lord John Hendy QC Press releases Read more Press Releases - 24 Sep 2021 Labour’s Fair Pay Agreements policy “wise and progressive” Experts at the independent think tank, the Institute of Employment Rights, welcome today's Labour Party proposal for Fair Pay Agreements. Press Releases - 10 Sep 2021 Bill to abolish insecure work gains cross-party support; passes into Committee stage The Status of Workers Bill was supported by Crossbench, Conservative, Green and Labour Party peers in the House of Lords today.