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When young people have decent jobs, political weight, negotiating muscle and real influence in the world, they will create a better future, says the UN Secretary-General.
A new TUC report Disability and employment, published today looks at the experiences of disabled people in the labour market and finds that they are still at a significant disadvantage.
Trade unions are urging the UK Government to invest in jobs and wages to achieve a genuine economic turnaround.
Quakers in Britain have responded to criticisms about their employment practices with a full statement on new working contracts.
Enforcement of the national minimum wage must be continuously improved, says says a new report published this week by the Trades Union Congress.
Christian Aid announced today (7 January 2015) that it has been accredited as a Living Wage employer.
For as long as there has been organised government, there has been satire. From Aristophanes to Steve Bell, power has been mocked: it is a mark of the spirit of freedom.
The Work and Pensions Committee has called for funding and training improvements for Access to Work, helping disabled people into employment.
The increased use of zero-hours contracts and agency workers is preventing young people from obtaining permanent jobs, according to new analysis from the TUC.
Men working full-time are twice as likely to earn over £50,000 a year as full-time women, according to new TUC analysis of official figures published to mark Equal Pay Day.
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As Parliament prepares to debate next steps in Syria, Quakers in Britain have issued a statement.
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