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Ekklesia is very pleased to be supporting Fair Pay Fortnight, which began on 24 March and runs through to Friday 4 April 2014, with some events over the weekend. It is an initiative of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in Britain.
On the 15th anniversary of the introduction of the minimum wage, the TUC has revealed that in some parts of Britain, nearly half the jobs pay less than the living wage.
An important new report on zero-hours contracts by the Resolution Foundation highlights the need for action on the issue.
Wage inequality has soared across London and the South East according to newTUC analysis published today at the beginning of Fair Pay Fortnight (24 March).
The Chancellor should use the Budget to address the UK’s growing investment gap, nearly £50 billion last year, says the TUC in its Budget submission.
The Public Accounts Committee report 'Contracting out Public Services to the Private Sector' has been welcomed by accountability campaigners.
Health unions will join campaigners today in Westminster to raise their concerns about government proposals to fast-track hospital closures.
The government must be far more proactive on long-term youth unemployment if young people are truly to benefit from the jobs recovery, says the TUC.
UK rail unions will join colleagues from across Europe in Strasbourg today to protest against EC plans to impose the privatisation of rail passenger services across Europe.
Fresh analysis shows the number of staff doing unpaid overtime has gone up in the public sector but has held steady in the private sector.