Thousands of families are "facing utter misery" over Christmas due to Universal Credit wait, says Unite.
Public sector workers have been battered by pay austerity since 2010, says Unite.
Unison report reveals that more than two in five mental health workers have been attacked in the last year.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show there were 1.4 million workers on zero-hours contracts in May 2017.
EIS President Nicola Fisher criticised unjust cuts to social security benefits affecting children and families.
Labour leader told delegates that an 'epidemic of low pay' is 'leaving workers and their families locked in poverty'.
Cabinet agrees pay rises for prison and police officers this year but prison union says offer amounts to real-terms cut.
Report released before annual congress exposes in-work poverty, with people skimping on food and heating despite having jobs.
Staff in Cambridge and Crayford branches to protest over low wages and zero-hours contracts in action backed by Corbyn.
Findings fly in the face of Theresa May’s pledge to tackle "burning injustice" and build a Britain "that works to everyone".
TUC call for a 'zero tolerance attitude' to help reduce harassment and bullying of LGBT people at work.
Supreme court rules fees of up to £1,200 are ‘inconsistent with access to justice’ and government may have to pay back £27m.
UK Government urged to "name and shame" employers who pay apprentices less than the minimum wage.
TUC urges government to act as IFS report highlights growing north-south divide and regional concentration of poverty.
British Medical Association condemns 'shameful' tax credits 'rape clause'.
Tories accused of "creating the longest period of falling real-terms pay since the Napoleonic wars".
Government urged to introduce a 'real living wage' that reflects the rising cost of living.
Unions representing cross-section of healthcare staff increase pressure on government to use Queen’s speech to lift 1% restriction on pay rises.
Prospect Union says the result of the general election shows that there is no consensus for further increases to the state pension age.
Low wage growth and poor investment 'putting the UK economy in the danger zone', warns TUC.
TUC report warns Britain could be at risk of becoming "a bargain basement economy" if workplace rights aren't protected after Brexit.
Survey by Unison finds that almost two-thirds of nurses believe hospital wards are understaffed, affecting patient care and safety.