Mr Jones wrote: ↑
Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:55 am
It seems that young people are not convinced that unions are as relevant now as they may have been 30/40 years ago--possibly because employers have become more self regulating and as Government provides better legal protection for workers.
I spat my coffee out reading that nonsense, do you think the self employed sub minimum wage employees of amazon agree with you
Yes Jonesy--they must do
Here is a statement from the TUC issued last week----
Younger workers are becoming increasingly reluctant to join trade unions as they don’t see the relevance of the organisations, the general secretary of the largest union has said.
The Trades Union Congress announced that its membership levels among those aged under 30 had fallen from 20.1 per cent to 15.7 per cent in the last 17 years.
The decline led to the TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady to call for change warning there was the real possibility that trade unions would cease to exist within a few decades.
Hey Jonesy--you are old school buddy---living in the past--
I wish Mrs Nelson were here--at least I could wind her up good and proper
You Jonesy are just an old gaffer-- I mean that with no disrespect---your generation had it great in the UK --just chill and enjoy your retirement