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City of London to boost allure for firms with large-scale green plan

5 Nov 2018

Workers and companies in the City of London are to benefit from plans to improve office space flexibility, air quality...

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Amazon accused of ‘intolerable conditions’ at Scottish warehouse

Shared from on 12 December 2016

Willie Rennie claims workers are paid so little some camp outside warehouse in tents to cut commuting costs

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Amazon accused of ‘intolerable conditions’ at Scottish warehouse

Shared from on 12 December 2016

Willie Rennie claims workers are paid so little some camp outside warehouse in tents to cut commuting costs

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Sports Direct review of working practices to be independent

Shared from on 20 September 2016

Sports Direct announces that its second review of working practices will be run by an independent party rather than by the firm's lawyers again.

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Sports Direct review of working practices to be independent

Shared from on 20 September 2016

Sports Direct announces that its second review of working practices will be run by an independent party rather than by the firm's lawyers again.

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NUJ criticises Daily Telegraph for monitoring journalists’ desk time

Shared from on 12 January 2016

Union vows to resist ‘Big Brother-style surveillance’ after newspaper reportedly installed sensors tracking whether workers are at their desks

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Union warns Royal Mail over threat to working conditions

Shared from on 10 July 2015

Communication Workers Union pledges industrial action if Royal Mail tries to change staff terms ahead of likely sale of government stake

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Apple bans ‘bonded servitude’ for factory workers

Shared from on 12 February 2015

Apple has banned the practice of bonded labour - where new recruits are charged a fee - from its factories. In its latest audit of factory conditions, the iPhone maker said that any such fee must be paid by its supplier and not the employee.
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