Working with trade unions survey 2010
One-third of employers recognise more than three unions, with Unite, Unison and the GMB being the most common, according to the 2010 IRS survey on working with trade unions. It also shows that public sector organisations have a greater tendency to negotiate and consult on issues including discipline, grievance, job evaluation and equality.
- Working with trade unions 2010 survey: trade union membership The first part of the IRS 2010 survey on working with trade unions examines the extent of trade union membership and the range of unions recognised by employers.
- Working with trade unions 2010 survey: recognition agreements In the second part of the survey we look at what is included in trade union recognition agreements and the topics on which unions are able to negotiate on behalf of their members.
- Working with trade unions 2010 survey: time off and facilities We look at the time-off arrangements and facilities for trade unions and trade unionists in the workplace, in the third part of our survey.
- Working with trade unions 2010 survey: employment relations The final part of the IRS 2010 survey examines the nature of the relationship between employers and trade unions, and their representatives.
- Working with trade unions 2010 Subscribers to XpertHR Benchmarking can drill down into the complete benchmarking data from the 2010 working with trade unions survey to find out how their organisation compares.
Working with trade unions: XpertHR resource pack We round up the legal and practical guidance available on XpertHR about working with trade unions, including a series of FAQs and recent case law.
Trade union recognition (1): trade union membership The first article in the 2008 survey on trade union recognition examines the extent of trade union membership and the key trade unions representing employees in the UK.
Trade union recognition (2): union recognition agreements The second article in the 2008 series on trade union recognition examines the content of trade union recognition agreements.
Trade union recognition (3): facilities for trade unions We examine the facilities provided to trade unions and trade unionists in the workplace in our third part of our 2008 survey.
Trade union recognition (4): working with trade unions The final article in our 2008 four-part series on trade union recognition examines the nature of the working relationship between unions and employers.