Workers who would most benefit from training least likely to receive it, report finds

29 January 2019

The workers who would benefit the most from training are the least likely to receive it, a new report from the Social Mobility Commission (SMC) has found.

Govt consults on stronger redundancy protections for pregnant women and new parents

25 January 2019

The government has launched a consultation into extending protection from redundancy for pregnant women and new parents.

ILO calls for collective bargaining as first line of defence as robots replace jobs

22 January 2018

The International Labour Organization (ILO) - the workers’ rights arm of the United Nations - has urged world leaders to promote collective bargaining as a first line of defence at a time when the rapid automation of work is putting jobs under threat.

Almost half of childcare workers forced to rely on benefits, research shows

18 January 2018

Almost half of workers in the childcare sector are paid so little they are forced to rely on state benefits, new research from the Education Policy Institute has shown.

Women win in equal pay battle with Glasgow council

18 January 2018

The 12,000 women workers who took to the streets of Glasgow in October to fight for equal pay have won their battle with the council.

600+ care workers consider strike after £40 per night pay cut

17 January 2019

Over 600 care workers at Alternative Futures Group are considering strike action this week after the employer cut wages by up to £40 per night, the Guardian has reported.

This website relies on the use of cookies to function correctly. We understand your continued use of the site as agreement to this.