Author: Ben Sellers

Soaring probation workloads put the public at risk, warn unions

Crippling workloads will lead to a catastrophic breakdown of the service if the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) does not intervene.

Labour does not rule out rejecting pay advice from Pay Review Bodies

Labour’s fiscal rules are "absolutely non-negotiable", says Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves

Inflation price rises mostly reflect increases in profits, say the IMF

Profits accounted for 45 percent of price rises since the start of 2022 according to International Monetary Fund

Government prepared to ignore public sector pay review bodies

Chief secretary to the Treasury confirms some recommended rises could be blocked

Triple whammy of insecure work

Labour & European Law Review

Consultation response to AI White Paper

TUC response to “A Pro-innovation Approach to AI Regulation”

Church of England clergy submit pay claim for first time in history

Church of England clergy, represented by Unite, have for the first time in their history submitted a formal pay claim.

8 steps employers can take to keep work cool

Working in really hot premises can be unbearable and dangerous.

Liberty to take government to court over ‘unlawful’ anti-protest legislation

Human rights group accuses Home Secretary Suella Braverman of an ‘overreach of her power

Care workers win £20 million back pay in Equal Pay victory

More than 1,000 workers will receive up to £25,000 each

EU moves to give gig workers more rights and protections

The council has proposed the reclassification of so-called platform workers
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