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Workplace policies to be reviewed

An independent review of workplace policies will see trade unions, businesses and academics working together with the Scottish Government to create better working environments.

 Chaired by former Enterprise Minister, Jim Mather, the independent review will make recommendations on:

  • Opportunities for innovation in the workplace which will enhance productivity, workplace development and build more secure and resilient labour market.
  • Existing good practice, the benefits good workplace relations deliver and how they might be more widely adopted and secured.
  • Opportunities to promote collective bargaining, workplace democracy, diversity and equality, including the participation of women.

Finance Secretary John Swinney said:

“The Scottish Government is committed to working with the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) and employer representatives across all sectors in Scotland to build on positive working relationship within the workplace.

“Together with STUC and senior business partners, the review will help foster a constructive and collaborative approach to industrial relations, helping create stronger relationships between government, employers and trade unions.

“While employment law is currently reserved to the UK Government, we have made clear our commitment to a partnership approach involving trade unions, employees and employers to deliver sustainable economic growth.”

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