URGENT! Fight To Oppose The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (ERR) Bill

Tomorrow the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats are launching their latest assault on employment rights. We need to defeat a bill that could adversely affect the lives of millions of people.

Vince Cable and the Tory-led government will bring their Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (ERR) Bill back to the House of Commons to try and turn it into Law.

Your help is needed to make sure as many MPs as possible vote against the ERR bill tomorrow.

Click here to ask your MP to vote against this bill which strips workers of vital employment protections

This ERR bill will:

  • Water down the rights of all employees in this country
  • The time an employee is required to be employed before they are able to claim for unfair dismissal has already been raised from one year to two, and now these proposals will reduce the amount of compensation unfairly dismissed workers can receive
  • Reduce protections for whistleblowers at work.

If the government can get this Bill passed they’ll also allow employers to make minimal offers to workers to leave, then gag those same workers from even mentioning this at employment tribunal.

Not content with action that will leave thousands in fear for their jobs – the government’s bill will also abolish the Human Rights Commission’s duty to promote a society free of discrimination. It is disgraceful that Ministers should pretend abolishing action to end discrimination should be part of anything called an ‘enterprise’ bill.

The Labour position is very clear – they will be voting against the Bill this week.

We do not want to make it easier for bosses to sack people, we want to make it easier for firms to hire. Nothing less than real action to help the economy will do, and sweeping aside workers rights is only going to make things much, much worse.

Please click here to ask your MP to vote against the ERR bill tomorrow

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