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Workload of British teachers massively underestimated by the public, research finds

09 November 2018

The hefty workloads of British schoolteachers is massively underestimated by members of the public.

May gives go ahead for ‘gig’ economy reforms

09 November 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May has backed reforms to employment law based on Matthew Taylor’s review into the so-called “gig” economy.

Govt considering bringing employment tribunal fees back

09 November 2018

The government is considering putting employment tribunal fees back in place a year after they were deemed unlawful by the Supreme Court.

5,000 workers benefit from Unison holiday pay win

05 November 2018

Thousands of workers for Greenwich Council are set to receive compensation for unfair holiday pay after public sector union Unison won a five-year court battle.

Precarious workers 'fight back'

05 November 2018

Last week, hundreds of people marched through London to demand fair pay and working conditions under the banner 'Precarious Workers Fight Back'.

BME doctors overlooked for top posts, research suggests

05 November 2018

Signs of racial discrimination have been found within the NHS after research discovered that black and minority ethnic (BME) doctors are less like to be appointed as consultants than white colleagues, despite the fact they are more likely to apply for the posts.

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