The Resolution Foundation think tank reported that tight budget constraints facing care providers means that paying a Living Wage to all care workers in the United Kingdom cannot realistically be …
Hundreds of senior Whitehall officials are still getting away without being properly scrutinised for tax avoidance some two years after Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, ordered a huge …
A probe by the university and college lecturers’ union UCU found that vice-chancellors of British universities earn more then £260,000 on average and are spending thousands of pounds on luxury …
Research conducted by the New Economics Foundation for the TUC found that outsourcing of public services provision to private contractors has a detrimental impact on the workforce.
Italian trade unionist Luca Visentini has been elected as the proposed successor to Bernadette Ségol as general secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation.
More than a quarter of the governing members of the Tory-designed NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have links to a private company involved in healthcare.
Greek premier Alexis Tsipras warned that the policy of extreme austerity has failed not only in Athens, but in the whole of Europe.
An Egyptian court has handed down death sentences to the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood movement and 13 others
A TUC analysis found that around half (47 per cent) of the net growth in female employment in 2014 came from women moving in to lower-paid part-time jobs.
The United Kingdom had the sixth widest gender pay gap across the 28 European Union member states in 2013
The latest official estimate of those employed on zero-hours contracts topped 697,000 in the last three months of 2014, according to the Labour Force Survey (LFS).
A former Lib Dem head of fundraising stepped down as a party candidate over claims that he had accepted a “potentially illegal donation.
New Whitehall research has shown that migrant workers have sparked productivity boosts and expansion for British companies.
In a consultative ballot 98 per cent of drivers voted to take strike action at a major North of England milk supplier.
George Osborne set out plans for a further £30 billion in savings and five more years of austerity if the Tories hold on to power.