Discrimination and trade unions – Negotiator’s guide


Issued by the TUC, this guide addresses some of the challenges facing BME workers looking at issues such as equal opportunities policies and monitoring, as well as how trade unions can create more equal places of work through collective bargaining and negotiation.


The guide explains the four types of discrimination: direct, indirect, victimisation and harassment.


It also addresses:

  • Trade Unions and collective bargaining.

  • Equalities and monitoring in the workplace.

  • Collective bargaining and:

  • Recruitment and selection.

  • Promotion and acting up.

  • Temporary and casual workers.

  • Performance assessment and disciplinary action.


  • Negotiating and next steps.


Each section includes a checklist.


The guide is available here.


TUC August 2022



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