STUC Young Workers’ Conference 2022: Usdaw raises the impact of workplace automation and the growing mental health crisis
24 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw has a delegation of members, reps and officials attending the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) annual young workers’ conference, taking place this weekend in Glasgow.
RPI hits 11.7%, the highest since 1982, we need a new deal for workers to tackle the cost of living crisis says Usdaw
22 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw is calling on the Government to take immediate action to tackle the growing cost of living crisis, as inflation reaches a 40 year high and wages continue to be devalued by rising prices.
Low-paid workers fear another jump in inflation says Usdaw
21 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw has, ahead of tomorrow’s latest inflation figures, released results from their cost of living survey. They show that low-paid workers, many of them delivering essential services, are already struggling to make ends meet and fear further jumps in inflation.
Minimum wage of at least £12 and an end to rip-off youth rates – Usdaw gives evidence to the Low Pay Commission
21 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw has provided written evidence to the Low Pay Commission (LPC) on minimum wage rates. The LPC’s annual call for evidence closed on Monday 20 June and responses will help shape the recommendations they will make to the Government this autumn on the 2022 minimum wage rates.
1 in 4 food retail workers skipping meals to pay bills – Usdaw calls for a new deal and action on the cost of living crisis
18 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw has today released a finding from their most recent cost of living survey of over 5,500 members who are mainly essential workers in the food retail industry.
New deal for working people - Usdaw supports the TUC march and rally
17 June 2022
Members, reps, activists and officials from the shopworkers’ trade union Usdaw will be joining the TUC march on Saturday 18 June through London to demand a new deal for working people.
A new vision to secure a bright future for the Welsh retail industry welcomed by Usdaw
17 June 2022
Shopworkers’ trade union Usdaw has welcomed a new vision to revitalise Wales’ retail sector launched by the Welsh Government that could lead to better pay and conditions, greater job security, improving career progression and a commitment to creating a skilled future workforce.
Stay cool as temperatures rise - workers need extra protection from the hot weather says Usdaw
15 June 2022
As the mercury rises, with the Met Office warning of well above-average temperatures this week likely to exceed 30C, retail trade union Usdaw is calling for a legal maximum workplace temperature to protect workers’ health and safety.
Usdaw and Thompsons Solicitors battle Tesco on ‘fire and rehire’ at Court of Appeal
09 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw and leading law firm has expressed disappointment at the decision by Tesco to challenge a ‘fire and rehire’ ruling at the Court of Appeal today.
Usdaw joins with the Suzy Lamplugh Trust on a 'staying safe at work' TUC webinar
06 June 2022
Retail trade union Usdaw, personal safety charity the Suzy Lamplugh Trust and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) have run a webinar attended by 600 workplace place reps looking at issues around staying safe at work.