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Over the past four years, the government has either frozen public sector pay or limited pay increases to well below the cost of living, leaving public servants on average £2,245 worse off, says the TUC.
More than million people can be lifted out of low pay by 2020 by pragmatic low-cost measures building on the economic recovery, says the final report of the independent Living Wage Commission.
A new report into poverty, backed by the Church of Scotland and Faith in Community Scotland, is to demand an end to the poor employment practices trapping many working Scots on very low wages.
A new poll published by the ITUC shows workers across the world to be losing faith in national governments who they believe are putting the interests of big corporations ahead of their own,
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.
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).
New research published by the TUC today (14 February)) shows that tax credits and benefits play a crucial role in lifting low-paid workers out of poverty.
A new report, Working for Poverty, from the Living Wage Commission says economic recovery will have no effect for one in five workers without a Living Wage.
The TUC has welcomed calls from the Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee to ban pay day loan adverts from children’s television.
The UK ranks last in Europe in giving new parents well-paid leave following the birth of their child, according to new TUC analysis.