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Executive pay inquiry: Persimmon is "a tale of corporate greed"

06 June 2018

The remuneration structure at house-builder Persimmon has been described as "a tale of corporate greed and incompetent pay management" by the Chair of a government inquiry into income inequality.

McDonnell endorses IER Manifesto for Labour Law

05 June 2018

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell endorsed the Institute of Employment Rights' Manifesto for Labour Law at two conferences this weekend.

GMB welcomes Labour pledge to end "poverty wages" in schools

05 June 2018

Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner has told GMB conference that Labour will reinstate the School Support Staff Negotiating Body to put an end to "poverty wages" at schools.

RMT challenges Grayling to meet with rail staff

05 June 2018

The General Secretary of RMT, Mick Cash, has called on Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to meet with the rail staff taking the brunt of customer anger over the failings of recent weeks.

MPs call on govt to take equalities role more seriously

05 June 2018

The Women and Equalities Committee has called on the government to start treating the Government Equalities Office (GEO) and the role of Minister for Women and Equalities more seriously.

GMB takes legal action against Amazon delivery firms

04 June 2018

GMB has announced it is taking legal action against three Amazon delivery firms, which it believes are misclassifying couriers as independent contractors and thus depriving them of workers’ rights.

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