Three-quarters of employees confident jobs are secure

More than three quarters of employees believe that there
will be no change to job security under the new government.

A survey of 2,063 adults by HR consultants Eden Brown shows
that 78 per cent are confident that their jobs are safe following the election of
Tony Blair’s Labour administration for a second term.

It reveals that one in three respondents say they have been
victims of ageism as a result of being too old or too young and a fifth say
they had been unfairly discriminated against.

The research also shows there
is widespread ignorance of the minimum wage as well as statutory rights and
leave periods.

By Katie Hawkins



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