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New TUC analysis of Labour Force Survey data from the Office for National Statistics finds that official figures used by government understate the number of women seeeking work
The campaigning group Interfaith Worker Justice has announced its support of the Occupy America movement, which started on Wall Street.
The Methodist Church will pay people at least the Living Wage from today. It is the first major British Christian denomination to implement this policy.
Justice in the workplace is the theme of the 33rd annual National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales conference.
A global human rights group has condemned the nine and seven-year prison sentences given to three activists in Vietnam for carrying out legitimate work on labour rights.
The Anglican Bishop of Shrewsbury has warned against growing workaholism, and has commended relaxation and hospitality instead.
A new Convention that will set out the rights domestic workers worldwide should enjoy is to be adopted by a United Nations agency, the International Labour Organisation.
Work in the 21st century is no longer what it was in our parents and grandparents generations, says Jill Segger. May day gives us an opportunity to re-evaluate work and the lives we build through it.
Migration issues are back in the headlines, with the two main parties vying over 'get tough' policies, and the government admitting that its recent labour force statistics have been wrong. But positive alternatives are also being mooted.
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