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2 December 2015

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Anti-blacklisting campaign work, retail union overrules youth committee to back Blairites, energy workers walk out.

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18 November 2015

Pro-Corbyn mood among Usdaw members

The shop workers' union Usdaw's Eastern divisional conference on 14 and 15 November took place against the backdrop of Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader and the changed situation since.

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26 October 2015

Morrisons workers deserve fair pay and conditions

Usdaw is recommending a pay offer that goes with ending Sunday, overtime, late and early premiums

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1 September 2015

Corbyn: Closest Labour contender to Usdaw's policies

A letter by Yorkshire Socialist Party member Iain Dalton that was published in the Financial Times on Monday 31st August

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19 August 2015

Retail union must fight Sunday trading deregulation

Among the Tories' vicious attacks on working class people is further deregulation of Sunday trading.

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22 April 2015

Usdaw conference

The past year has been a bruising one for retail and distribution workers. One supermarket company after another has faced a crisis while high street shop closures have failed to significantly slow, writes Stop the supermarket bosses' attacks on workers.

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First time candidate Scott Jones was within 113 seats of winning a seat on the Usdaw exec

First time candidate Scott Jones was within 113 seats of winning a seat on the Usdaw exec

25 February 2015

Left scares Usdaw leadership in elections

Socialist Party member Amy Murphy wins Southern region seat with 2,263 votes and finishes a close second in presidential election with 45% of the vote

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28 January 2015

Usdaw elections: 'We need a winning, fighting union'

Socialist Party member Amy Murphy is standing for president in the Usdaw shop workers' union elections, as well as for re-election as a Southern division executive council member

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Tesco: every little cut helps

21 January 2015

Tesco: every little cut helps

In a small store such as ours, managers often end up working side by side with ordinary staff, all doing the same job. It's called "rumble", and can be a fun activity, joking and chatting, writes a Tesco worker.

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14 January 2015

Tesco: shop workers need fighting union leadership

Tesco's first trading statement of 2015 brought further profits warnings, news of cuts and further attacks on workers, writes Scott Jones, Candidate for Usdaw executive South Wales and Western division.

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9 July 2014

Workplace news in brief

Tesco's pittance wage increase:

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25 June 2014

A day in the life of a supermarket worker

I work for Tesco in a busy city centre shop. Sales figures in my shop are high, but morale is low. Like all retail workers, we are underpaid

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14 May 2014

Leadership challenged at Usdaw conference

Usdaw's 2014 Annual Delegate Meeting (ADM) opened to a backdrop of announcements of job losses and cuts in Tesco

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30 April 2014

Usdaw conference - fighting democratic union needed

From 4 to 7 May, around 1,000 reps and activists in shop and distribution workers' union Usdaw will meet for our Annual Delegate Meeting (ADM) in Blackpool, writes an ADM delegate.

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4 December 2013

Is workfare coming to Morrisons?

The government's various workfare schemes force jobseekers to work for a company while being paid only their benefits

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8 May 2013

Usdaw ADM - fightback begins

If you attended this year's shopworkers' union annual delegate meeting you would have been forgiven for thinking you had walked into a Labour rally

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24 April 2013

Usdaw: End the partnership!

As Usdaw delegates descended on Blackpool for our ADM (conference), Morrisons have announced 689 job losses across its 490 stores as a result of introducing new technology into cash offices

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