Updated to take into account the publication of draft Regulations in relation to union check-off arrangements for the public sector.
Fifty Conservative MPs have demanded tougher strike laws be introduced to stop the "widespread misery" suffered by Southern Rail commuters being repeated.
Sir Ken Knight, the former chief fire and rescue adviser, will lead an independent review of online voting for industrial action ballots, the Government has announced.
The Welsh Government consults on the ban on employing agency workers to cover for striking workers.
In this week's podcast, we are once again joined by Marc Meryon, who provides more practical tips for employers on dealing with industrial disputes in the workplace including picketing and leafletting by striking workers and he also considers the future of industrial action in light of the new Trade Unions Bill.
On this week's XpertHR Weekly, we go back to the basics of industrial action with Marc Meryon, head of industrial relations at Eversheds.
The European Court of Human Rights has held that UK laws that prohibit secondary or "sympathy" industrial action do not violate art.11 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which covers freedom of assembly and association.
Updated to include details of the Supreme Court's decision in Hartley and others v King Edward VI College, on deductions from the pay of striking teachers.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to industrial disputes.