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Critics argue £57k cap on 'Access To Work' scheme should be lifted completely.
Minimum wage dodgers warned they face fines of up to 200% of wages owed, but critics argue much more could be done.
Study shows "work is not providing a route out of poverty", says JRF.
ONS figures show unemployment increased by 46,000 between July to September 2017 and October to December 2017.
TUC says insecure work allows employers to treat some workers like "second class citizens", many of whom struggle to "budget for their weekly shop".
Statutory sick pay and employment support allowance is “manifestly inadequate”, says European committee of social rights.
Measures include widening ‘fit note’ certification, reforming statutory sick pay, and large-scale employment research pilots.
'National Living Wage' expected to fall short of the £9.10 an hour by 2021, promised by George Osborne.
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Public sector workers have been battered by pay austerity since 2010, says Unite.
The chancellor’s untimely slip carried echoes of Lamont’s remark that people out of work was a price worth paying.
The Scottish Government has outlined plans to increase the number of workers earning the "real living wage".
UK charity’s survey finds almost half of disabled people have worried about making employers aware of their disability.
Commission warns unpaid internships and work experience are damaging to social mobility.
Only 1 in 6 low-paid workers have been able to permanently 'escape' low pay in the last decade, research shows.
Party says worker's rights should be 'front and centre' of political debate due to the 'rapidly changing world of work'
Survey also shows that more than half of disabled jobseekers 'face barriers' when applying for jobs.
Survey reveals disabled people apply for 60% more jobs than non-disabled people in their job search.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show there were 1.4 million workers on zero-hours contracts in May 2017.
Real-terms wages for workers in both the private and public sector have fallen by around £300 over the last twelve months, research shows.
Labour leader told delegates that an 'epidemic of low pay' is 'leaving workers and their families locked in poverty'.
Tory minister admitted that Universal Credit claimants may be sanctioned if they refuse to take up zero-hours employment opportunities.