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Inquiry status: Interim and Second Interim Report published; Oral evidence ongoing
Written submissions to the inquiry should be submitted online:
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The inquiry investigates the extent of the problem of blacklisting within Scotland, and what is being done to eradicate it.
The Committee’s inquiry has raised a series of complex questions, particularly about compensation, which the Committee will consider in the next phase of the inquiry before making its final recommendations to Government.
The Scottish Affairs Committee takes evidence on Monday 14 July
Scottish Affairs Committee publishes its report on blacklisting in employment
Scottish Affairs Committee takes evidence from: Unite The Union, GMT and UCATT
Former Head of HR for BFK will give evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee
EDF Energy will give oral evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee
Scottish Affairs Committee holds evidence session with Welsh Assembly Finance Minister Jane Hutt AM
Formal evidence and press conference to be held in Welsh Assembly
Scottish Affairs Committee Comments on the joint announcement on blacklisting issued by Unite the Union and BFK
Scottish Affairs Committee will take evidence from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
Evidence given to Scottish Affairs Committee shows blacklisting is a current practice in flagship Crossrail construction project
The Committee is continuing to investigate the issue and is taking evidence from Unite the Union.
The Scottish Affairs Committee is now inviting further submissions on the four key question areas raised in its inquiry into blacklisting in Employment
Scottish Affairs Committee launches consultation on four key areas where questions remain
On Tuesday 12 March, The Scottish Affairs Committee will hear evidence from Balfour Beatty plc, in relation to its inquiry into Blacklisting in Employment.
Scottish Affairs Committee questions Skanska UK
The Committee will hear evidence from another former Director of CAPRiM Ltd, in relation to its inquiry into Blacklisting in employment.
The Committee will hear evidence from The former Director of Caprim Ltd, in relation to its inquiry into Blacklisting in employment.
The Scottish Affairs Committee continues its inquiry into Blacklisting in employment
Scottish Affairs Committee sets terms of reference for its inquiry
No business announced
Oral and Written Evidence
Report, together with formal minutes
Danny Sullivan and Danny Sullivan & Sons Limited - note of apology from Unite the Union