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What has the European Union ever done for the UK? Well, quite a lot actually....
Black, Asian and minority ethnic workers are over a third more likely than white workers to be in insecure employment, TUC study shows.
Thousands of people working in the so-called 'gig economy' could be missing out on basic employment rights and benefits.
BBC investigation suggests employers are less likely to consider applicants with ‘Muslim-sounding names’.
Two in three zero hour contract workers over 25 have been on one for more than a year, research shows.
A new report from Citizens Advice found the number of temporary agency workers has skyrocketed from 230,000 to 297,000.
Thousands of Sports Direct workers can soon expect to receive an estimated £1 million for non-payment of the minimum wage.
Labour leader has urged people to vote Remain to protect jobs and workers’ right.
More than one in five working dads in the UK have missed out on paternity pay in the past twelve months, according to new analysis by the TUC.
Trade Union Act and the awarding of government contracts to “anti-union employers” who blacklist thousands of workers will be under the spotlight.
Many employers are nervous about how customers and staff will interact with people with learning disabilities.
With a 36% increase in temporary agency workers since 2009, the Labour leader’s plan will crack down on exploitation