Monthly Archives: February 2013

Blacklisted worker wins human rights argument

A blacklisted worker who was denied justice because he was an agency worker has been told his human rights may have been violated and has been granted leave to appeal. An Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) this week decided that construction giant Carillion must face human rights claims over its role in the construction industry blacklisting […]
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Blacklist Support Group AGM, 23 March 2013

The Blacklist Support Group’s annual general meeting, which will take place in London on 23 March, will be the “largest meeting of blacklisted workers ever assembled in one place.” The group says attendees will “discuss the ongoing campaign against the illegal construction industry blacklist in the courts, in parliament, with the unions and on sites.” […]
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