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  • TUC Congress 2015 - Key issues for trade unions in the coming yearFollowing TUC Congress last week, Tim Page, Senior Policy Officer TUC looks forward to the year ahead and sets out the key challenges and opportunities for the union movement.
  • Colleague Involvement at Salford Royal NHS Foundation TrustSalford Royal NHS Foundation Trust has some of the safest care and highest levels of employee engagement in the NHS. Here, Paul Renshaw, Exec Director of OD and Corporate Affairs explains how colleague involvement has helped enhance both employee engagement and patient experience.
  • The State of the UnionsJoe Dromey, Head of Policy and Research at the IPA, highlights the two key challenges for the union movement; the Trade Union Bill, and the long-term decline in union membership. He argues that trade unions play an essential role in the modern labour market and makes the case for them to be seen as partners in building a stronger, fairer and more productive economy.
  • News in Brief - September 2015All the latest news from the world of employee engagement and industrial relations.
  • The ICE Regulations 10 Years OnIn this article, Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of ACAS outlines the importance of using a variety of communication channels and representative structures to achieve benefits from voice for both employees and employers, but that employers need to recognize that while the 'quantity' of voice and representation is very important, so too is the quality of voice for improving employment relationships.