Advisory Board Member
Employment rights policy officer, Trades Union Congress

Supported by a trade union working group, Mary is leading a TUC project looking at the use of artificial intelligence in the employment relationship.

The project so far has involved research into the worker experience of technology used to recruit and manage, publication of a research report, a legal report, a TUC AI manifesto with proposals for change, as well as guidance for trade union reps on AI at work. All these reports can be found here: Mary also tweets about AI at work from a union perspective here @MaryMay_ling.

Mary began her career as an employment lawyer at a London law firm. She then went on to work as an in-house employment lawyer for an education trade union and after some time as an employment law writer, moved on to her role at the TUC.