SHOPWORKERS’ union Usdaw has called for talks with pharmacy chain Boots after the company confirmed that it is to close 200 stores.
THE National Union of Journalists (NUJ) testified to the United Nations human rights council yesterday over female journalists’ harassment by Irani
OVER half of supply teachers are forced to supplement their income with other work amid pay cuts, the National Education Union (NEU) reveals today.
THE number of workers on zero-hours contracts in the so-called “gig economy” has doubled in the last three years, new research reveals.
A GROWING crisis of teacher shortages and increasing class sizes is hitting schools in England.
CLIMATE crisis campaigners lobbied Parliament in their thousands today, demanding legislation to outlaw practices that cause global warming.
WORKERS at Sainsbury’s distribution warehouse at Waltham Point in Essex will launch a 24-hour strike today over pay and rest breaks.
A CHARTER intended to guarantee a better future for young workers in Wales will be signed today by the country’s First Minister Mark Drakeford.
A FIRM in north-east England is to sack 170 workers after losing a government contract to print British passports.
A FOOD manufacturer that produces Richmond sausages and “Fridge Raiders” snacks is to close a Midlands factory and sack 900 workers.