Immigration system won’t allow EU workers to ‘jump the queue’

Prime minister Theresa May has said the UK’s future immigration system will no longer allow EU nationals to “jump the...

Doctor practised medicine for 22 years without qualification

The qualifications of around 3,000 foreign doctors in the UK are being checked after it emerged a woman practised psychiatry...

Employees denied ‘toilet dignity’ at work

Unite is demanding that employers take action to ensure that workers are granted toilet dignity in the workplace.
The union...

Co-op HR director wins equal pay and unfair dismissal claim

A former Co-operative Group HR director has won her claim for equal pay and unfair dismissal against the company, following...

Peeling onions led to unfair dismissal of woman with glaucoma

A woman with a long-term eye condition, who lost her job at a food preparation firm after being asked to...

Diverse workers

Tech firms lag behind FTSE 100 on executive diversity

The UK’s technology sector is far behind the FTSE 100 when it comes to diversity among board members a new...

builder

Government pledges to train 17,000 new builders by 2020

A scheme aimed at providing more than 17,000 new fully trained construction workers by March 2020 was launched today by...

One in six NHS posts unfilled by 2030

“Systemic” shortages in the NHS workforce mean long-term plans for the health service risk becoming an unachievable wish list, according...

Draft Brexit deal: No further updates on immigration proposals

The draft Brexit agreement – delivered last night by prime minister Theresa May – has confirmed that EU nationals can...

Apple launches scheme to help human trafficking victims get jobs

Apple plans to help human trafficking victims get jobs at its stores, after partnering with NGO the International Organization for...

Solicitor who endured ‘dreadful’ working conditions banned for dishonesty

A solicitor who misled a client about the progression of her case has been...

Can orgasms boost staff productivity?

Research by Swedish sex and intimacy brand Lelo has suggested that if workers had more orgasms it could add £90...

EAT upholds decision that Addison Lee drivers are workers

Addison Lee has lost its claim at the Employment Appeal Tribunal that its drivers were self-employed.
The EAT ruling today...

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