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Schools fail to fill leadership roles due to overwork crisis, survey finds

03 May 2019

A survey by union the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has found that schools are struggling to recruit people into leadership roles and up to a fifth of managerial roles are going unfilled.

Probation privatisation is a lose-lose situation, MPs say in scathing report

03 May 2019

The privatisation of the probation service has resulted in a lose-lose situation, according to a new report from the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

Employers overwhelmingly reject worker-director role, survey finds

02 May 2019

UK employers have overwhelmingly rejected the opportunity to appoint worker-directors to their boards, a new survey has found.

Shrewsbury 24 awarded appeal in miscarriage of justice case

01 May 2019

The Shrewsbury 24 campaign has won the right to appeal the case of construction workers who were jailed for trade union activity in the 1970s.

Even when working class get into top jobs, they're paid less, official report finds

30 April 2019

The Social Mobility Commission's latest State of the Nation Report has warned that working class people find it significantly more difficult than more privileged workers to get a good job, and even when they do they're often paid less than their peers.

Addison Lee 'gig' drivers stage May Day strike

30 April 2019

Drivers for 'gig' company Addison Lee will strike tomorrow (May 01 2019) in protest over pay and conditions.

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