Collective labour law

Ewing and Hendy, ‘New Perspectives on Collective Labour Law: Trade Union Recognition and Collective Bargaining’ (2017) 46 ILJ 23

Bogg, ‘”Individualism” and “Collectivism” in Collective Labour Law (2017) 46 ILJ 72

Bogg, ‘Collective Bargaining and Individual Contracts in Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley: A Wilson and Palmer for the Twenty-First Century?’ (2020) 49 ILJ 430. A critique (before the UKSC judgment) of the Court of Appeal judgment in this important case about making offers of contract terms which are not collectively negotiated.

BBC Sounds ‘The Battles that won our Freedom; Episode 5, Freedom of Association’. Considers the history of the law and freedom of association including a very interesting contribution from a newly-formed union, the Independent Workers of Great Britain, which is seeking to represent gig economy workers.

Ewing and Hendy, ‘The dramatic implications of Demir and Baykara’ (2010) 39 ILJ 2

Ewing and Hendy, ‘The Trade Union Act 2016 and the Failure of Human Rights’ (2016) 45 ILJ 391

ACAS Code of Practice No 2, Disclosure of Information to Trade Unions for Collective Bargaining Purposes (2003)

De Stefano ‘Non-Standard Work and Limits on Freedom of Association: a Human Rights-Based Approach’ (2017) 46 ILJ 185. Considers the problems of collective bargaining in relation to gig economy workers

Certificate of Independence Guidance- an explanation of the factors which the Certification Officer considers when deciding if a trade union is independent

Central Arbitration Committee guidance on applications for union recognition

ACAS Code of Practice No 3, Time Off for Trade Union Duties and Activities (2009)

Central Arbitration Committee guidance on works councils