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7 September 2016

Premium pay cuts are not just any cuts, they are M&S cuts

Marks & Spencer likes to claim that it's 'Your M&S' but since it only made a paltry 660 million profit in 2015, the company doesn't seem to have enough money to pay its staff a living wage.

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24 August 2016

Corbyn union nominations round-up and view from the workplace

#KeepCorbyn: More trade unions have announced they are backing Corbyn in the Labour leadership contest. Meanwhile, a minority have endorsed right winger Owen Smith in a joint letter to the Daily Mirror. Union members respond.

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23 August 2016

#KeepCorbyn: Answer right's attacks with firm socialist programme

It is no accident that as ballot papers were sent out in the Labour leadership contest, London mayor Sadiq Khan chose this moment to attack Jeremy Corbyn

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25 May 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Conductors strike, healthcare assistants strike.

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4 May 2016

Usdaw conference shifts left and demands "backbone" from the union

Against a backdrop of attacks on supermarket premium payments and retail job losses, the conference of Usdaw, the shop workers' union, took place in Blackpool on 24-27 April.

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27 April 2016

Nationalise BHS to save 11,000 jobs

Department store BHS is going into administration. The news on 24 April will have shocked many, not least the 11,000 staff. The company should be nationalised, and run democratically by workers and consumers.

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20 April 2016

Stop supermarket bosses making us pay for their mistakes

Usdaw conference: On the eve of shop workers' union Usdaw's 2016 conference, Tesco boss Dave Lewis, who received 4.1 million in his first six months, was grilled by Channel 4 News for cutting workers' premiums and attacking pensions.

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16 March 2016

Living wage lie: end low pay with 10 an hour now!

A feature on low pay featuring articles by a Tesco worker, a public sector trade unionist and the experiences of a zero-hour contract worker

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11 March 2016

Trading extension defeated

Retail workers will welcome the defeat of government plans

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10 February 2016

Cuts to premiums mean no 'rise' in store for Tesco workers

I almost laughed when I was told by my manager that I was getting a pay rise. From July I will be paid 23p more an hour. Great, what's not to like? But with a cut in premiums I won't be getting a rise at all.

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Multi-billion pount retailer Tesco, photo Suzanne Beishon

Multi-billion pount retailer Tesco, photo Suzanne Beishon

3 February 2016

Tesco slashes pay for thousands of workers

Thousands of workers at Tesco, the UK's largest private sector employer, could lose hundreds of pounds in pay, writes Scott Jones, Chair, Usdaw east London retail branch (personal capacity).

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20 January 2016

Shop workers lobby council against Sunday opening

On 13 January, a deputation from the Leeds private trades branch of the shop workers' union Usdaw lobbied Leeds City Council

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9 December 2015

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Academies strike, call centre strike ballot, firefighters' cuts protest.

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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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