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27 'freelance' educators make claim for employment rights

19 July 2018

Art educators who claim they were recently dismissed by the National Gallery are challenging their employment status at tribunal.

Thousands of care workers lose out on back pay after judge overturns decision on sleep-in wage

19 July 2018

Thousands of carers will lose out on expected back pay after a judge overturned the decision that workers should receive the minimum wage during sleep-ins.

Failure to enforce discrimination law "alarming and unacceptable", says cross-party Committee

17 July 2018

A cross-party group of MPs has published a scathing report criticising the government's failure to properly enforce age discrimination law.

Wage growth slumps to six-month low

17 July 2018

Wage growth, which has been stalling since the recession, has now fallen to its slowest pace in six months.

VIDEO: GFTU Gen Sec congratulates IER on 30 years of progress

12 July 2018

The General Secretary of the GFTU, Doug Nicholls, has recorded a Happy Birthday message to the Institute of Employment Rights on the occasion of our 30th Anniversary Year.

Committee criticises govt for "cost over quality" public sector outsourcing strategy

09 July 2018

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee has criticised the government for a "cost over quality" approach to public sector outsourcing.

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