Adam McCulloch

About Adam McCulloch

Adam McCulloch is a freelance writer and editor.

Nissan UK delays pay talks as threat of no-deal Brexit looms

15 Oct 2018

Pay talks between Nissan UK and its employees on Wearside have been delayed because of Brexit fears.
Companies in the...

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Asda awaits latest judgment in equal pay case

12 Oct 2018

An appeals court hearing concludes today in another episode of the long-running Asda supermarket equal pay case.
The three-day hearing...

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Apprenticeship provider 3aaa goes into administration

12 Oct 2018

A national training organisation that claims on its website to have “created more opportunities than any other apprenticeship provider” has...

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EU searches for construction and health jobs fall as Brexit fears grow

11 Oct 2018

The construction industry is the sector of the economy hardest hit by a decline of interest among jobseekers from EU...

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Police Federation takes legal action over ‘derisory’ pay offer

5 Oct 2018

The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) is set to launch legal action over what it has called the...

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Gig economy: Uber drivers earn above the London Living Wage

28 Sep 2018

New research shows that Uber drivers are earning £11 an hour, 80p more than the London Living Wage.
Using anonymised...

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O'Grady

TUC study highlights low earnings and slams ‘sham’ self-employment

28 Sep 2018

Almost half of self-employed people aged over 25 are earning less than the minimum wage, according to new research.
The...

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Labour plans compulsory employee share ownership

24 Sep 2018

A future Labour government would require all companies with 250 or more employees to give shares to their workers worth...

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Glassdoor

What are Glassdoor’s reviews really telling us?

20 Sep 2018

Glassdoor’s employer reviews pose a challenge to organisations: use the forum as an opportunity for more engagement and increase transparency,...

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Ofgem

Ofgem accused of threatening whistleblowers

17 Sep 2018

Ofgem has been accused by two whistleblowers of exploiting national security laws to prevent them airing concerns over projects involving...

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Giving notice to leave a job is not always a letter of resignation

14 Sep 2018

A letter that gives one month’s notice should not automatically be interpreted as a letter of resignation, an employment appeal...

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Prison officers protest at Pentonville Prison

Prison officers call off protest action after withdrawal of court threat

14 Sep 2018

An estimated 5,000 prison staff had assembled at facilities to protest against the rise of violence experienced by staff working with inmates

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Migration experts highlight Brexit risks for low-skilled jobs

31 Aug 2018

A new study on how low-skilled roles will be filled in the UK after Brexit has warned that alternatives to...

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Homebase rescued but 1,500 jobs face axe

31 Aug 2018

Homebase creditors have voted in favour of a company voluntary agreement (CVA) that will see 42 of its branches closing...

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Employers attack plan to cut management apprenticeship funding

31 Aug 2018

Employers are demanding that the government rejects proposals to cut funding of management apprenticeships.
Independent public body the Institute of...

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