It's Disability History month - a month-long event to focus on the history of disabled people and the struggles for equality and human rights.
7 November is Disability Pay Gap Day. It’s the day when the average Disabled worker stops getting paid for the rest of the year, compared to the average non-disabled worker. This means that that Disabled workers will work 54 days without pay this year.
The rising cost of fuel has plunged the world into an energy crisis. Many families can’t afford to eat or keep warm this autumn. If you’re struggling to make ends meet, you’re not alone. There's plenty of help and support available through the Bank Workers Charity.
We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar with the Bank Workers Charity (BWC) to look at what dementia is and the unique challenges of being a carer for someone with dementia
The first edition of the new digital My Accord magazine is available online now. This August issue is a Conference Special where we bring you all the latest news and activities from Accord's 2022 Hybrid Conference.
The TUC has published new guidance for union reps on protecting the health and safety of pregnant workers.
The Bank Workers Charity is hosting a Wellbeing Webinar Week from 20 - 24 June 2022. They'll be delivering free, hour-long live webinars each day covering current and emerging wellbeing themes.
Mental Health Awareness Week starts today and this year’s theme is loneliness. This blog posts looks at the ways you can get involved and show your support, how to improve mental wellbeing at work and the available support.
Read Tara's story about how she turned to Accord officer, Krisna Lakhani, to help get her through some tough times at work.