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4 Dec 2019
A BAME soldier who was mistaken for BAME colleague and given a scathing performance appraisal as a result has won...
7 Nov 2019
An employment tribunal has accepted that the US government can’t be investigated for breaches of UK employment law in facilities...
25 Sep 2019
Female military service leavers are less likely to find a job than males, with many reluctant to apply for roles...
16 Sep 2019
Two former British soldiers have won a race discrimination claim against the Ministry of Defence.
7 Aug 2019
Ministers “must get a grip” on tackling the disproportionately high number of complaints raised by female and ethnic minority armed...
22 Jul 2019
The austerity belt has been further loosened with the announcement of public sector pay rises above the rate of inflation, the largest in six years.
19 Jul 2019
Teachers and police officers will receive the biggest pay rises in six years, the government will announce next week
17 Jul 2019
A woman has won the right to access her late partner’s military pension in a landmark Court of Appeal ruling....
16 Jul 2019
New measures to stamp out the discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment in some areas of the armed forces have been...
27 May 2019
With fantastic benefits and low costs for trainees, the RAF offers people an excellent opportunity to gain confidence and skills...
5 Apr 2019
Menopausal symptoms can affect all older women and some aged below 45, and can pose challenges for individuals and employers...
5 Feb 2019
Theresa May has ordered a review into the armed forces’ retention problem in an attempt to curtail the number of...
14 Dec 2018
The Army will fail to hit its recruitment target for 2020 as problems with its recruitment process meant it has...
7 Dec 2018
Occupational health practitioners are, rightly, always focused on delivering excellence. But with government reviewing the future shape of OH, Nick...