Adam McCulloch

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Adam McCulloch is a freelance writer and editor.

BBC to boost diversity by ending shortlists with no black candidates

22 Jun 2018

The BBC plans to increase the proportion of black and ethnic minority staff with its announcement that all shortlists for...

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Union wins go ahead for Deliveroo collective bargaining case

15 Jun 2018

A High Court judge today granted permission for Deliveroo couriers to challenge a previous ruling that they could not be...

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Civil Service employment surges as Brexit looms closer

15 Jun 2018

Office for National Statistics figures released this week show that there were 11,000 more civil service posts in March this...

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TfL tops league table of best organisations in UK for work-life balance

8 Jun 2018

London transport organisation TfL has a better “staff first” ethos than any other major business in the UK, according to...

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Gender pay gap: PwC bans male-only candidate shortlists

4 Jun 2018

Accountancy giant PwC will no longer allow shortlists of candidates for any jobs in the UK that consist only of...

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Home secretary Javid announces review of Tier 2 immigration

4 Jun 2018

Home secretary Sajid Javid has said that the Home Office would conduct a review of its under-fire policy on issuing...

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Amazon delivery firms in employment status fight

4 Jun 2018

The GMB has announced that it will take legal action against three Amazon delivery companies over their classification of drivers...

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Firms face legal challenge over ‘arbitrary’ training fees

1 Jun 2018

Outsourcing and IT services firms including Capita and FDM Group are facing a legal challenge from former employees who have...

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Rail staff face brunt of public anger over delays

1 Jun 2018

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) is calling on train operators’ management to “come out of...

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Prison inmates could plug post-Brexit skills gap: justice secretary

25 May 2018

Prisoners could play a significant role in helping bridge a post-Brexit skills gap, according to secretary of state for justice...

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UK employees fail to use holiday entitlement

25 May 2018

Two in five UK employees (40%) took a maximum of just half of their annual leave entitlement during the past...

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Report pinpoints how to accelerate flexible working and gender diversity

22 May 2018

A report published today sets out to “speed up culture change” acting as a blueprint for change and ensuring that...

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Shareholder discontent grows over executive pay

21 May 2018

This year’s annual general meeting season has been marked by several significant rebellions by shareholders over senior employees’ pay and...

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Sharp fall in job vacancies as restaurant sector suffers decline

21 May 2018

A downturn in the restaurant sector has led to a decline in job vacancies of 11% over the past six...

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Construction firms ‘slack’ around modern slavery

15 May 2018

Hundreds and perhaps thousands of workers are at risk of exploitation on many of the UK’s most important infrastructure projects,...

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