Books, reports, research and articles relating to women, wages and equal pay. Includes: 'Women wages in England in the 19th century' Women's Industrial Council, 1906; 'The application of equal pay: report prepared for the 1977 TUC Women's Conference, 1977, reference HD 6661; 'Merit pay, performance appraisal and attitudes to women's work' by S Bevan and M Thompson, 1992, reference HD6061; 'The Equal Pay Act as an experiment to test theories of the labour market' by A Manning, 1993; 'Pay equity: just wages for women' by A McColgan, 1994.
Women - Wages and Equal Pay
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- ReferenceGB 1924 HD 6061
- Dates of Creation1906 - 2008
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Descriptionc 200 items
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The TUC Library was established in 1922 and was based on the integrated collections of the TUC Parliamentary Committee, the Labour Party Information Bureau, and the Womens Trade Union League. It was run as a joint library with the Labour Party until the TUC moved to Congress House in 1956. The collection was developed for the use of the TUC and affiliated unions, but its specialisation has led to its parallel development as a major research library in the social sciences. In September 1996, the Collections moved to their new home in the London Metropolitan University Holloway Road library. The Library includes several archives. The majority of these were held in the TUC Museum Collection and transferred to the University in 1998.
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Description by Catherine Burke, Genesis Project Officer 2002. Submitted to the Archives Hub in 2008 as part of the Genesis 2008 Project.
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