Challenge to UK strike laws rejected - implications for employers

10th April 2014
employment

The ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers v United Kingdom is welcome news for employers. It rejected the RMT’s contention that two central planks of the UK’s legislation on industrial action – the balloting/notification requirements and the prohibition on secondary action – breached the right to freedom of association under the European Convention on Hu...

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