Independent think tank the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) will launch a comprehensive package of labour law proposals - Rolling out the Manifesto for Labour Law - on Sunday 09 September at TUC Congress.
06 July 2018
The Institute of Employment Rights was at the Unite union conference this week, where Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell endorsed the proposals of our Manifesto for Labour Law, and we welcomed Shadow Business Minister Rebecca Long-Bailey to our fringe meeting.
14 June 2018
In a new report this week, think tank the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) repeated the recommendations made by the Institute of Employment Rights (IER) for employment law reform.
12 June 2018
IER President Professor Keith Ewing addressed the BFAWU conference today, introducing delegates to our Manifesto for Labour Law - 25 recommendations for reform that have received wide support across the labour movement and political arena, alike, and which have been adopted by the Labour Party as a blueprint for future employment law.
06 April 2018
Five million workers in the UK do not currently have the right to bring workers’ rights claims against their parent employer, for reasons such as that they work through an agency or for a franchise.
02 March 2018
Charity the Equality Trust has announced its support for the implementation of the Socio-Economic Duty - a measure also recommended by the Institute of Employment Rights in our influential Manifesto for Labour Law.
RMT chief Mick Cash has announced the transport union's support for the Institute of Employment Rights' (IER) Manifesto for Labour Law, joining 12 other major UK unions and the Labour Party - which has said it plans to implement the IER's proposals.
14 October 2016
Writing for the Industrial Law Journal, Private Law Lecturer at Kings' College London Dr Ewan McGaughey, has praised the Institute of Employment Rights' Manifesto for Labour Law, saying it could represent a "qualitative shift in politics".