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The proportion of young women doing low-paid, low-skill jobs has trebled over the last 20 years, according to new research commissioned by the TUC.
The section of the controversial Lobbying Bill attempting to shackle trade unions has been declared unfit for purpose by an advisory committee.
Employers are being urged to be more sympathetic to requests for flexible working and annual leave from older members of staff.
Show Racism the Red Card and Unionlearn have signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing both parties to working together to combat racism through education.
The Action for Rail campaign joins forces today (23 October) with campaign groups to condemn plans to shed hundreds of staff across London Transport.
Workers on company boards would mean top executives’ pay was set at more reasonable levels and would encourage the long-term success of firms says the TUC.
Britain is losing the global race on green growth, a failure that could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, the TUC General Secretary will warn today (21 October)
Low paid workers who have been prudent savers will now have to raid their savings in order to take their employer to court.
The TUC has called on the government to take urgent action as official figures show 29 per cent of apprentices were paid less than the legal minimum wage in 2012.
Inflation means the national minimum wage is in effect falling, despite today's increase, says the Resolution Foundation.