What is the difference between lawful and unlawful industrial action?
How does a trade union gain statutory protection in relation to industrial action?
A union gains statutory protection by complying with a number
of conditions including the strict rules governing the conduct of a secret
ballot, and the notification requirements prior to calling any industrial
action. This latter includes giving the employer notice of the ballot and a
sample voting paper, notice of the result of the ballot and notice of the
intended industrial action.
What can be categorised as a trade dispute?
Is it possible to gain an injunction to prevent industrial action?
What is the difference between official and unofficial industrial action?
Can an employee be dismissed for taking lawful industrial action?
Where employees take strike action, can their employer hire temporary staff to cover their work?
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