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53% of UK office workers considering leaving their job

New research finds that employers need to change their ways of working if they want to retain staff, particularly the younger generation.

92% of supply teachers have concerns about inadequate rates of pay 

The NASUWT union has highlighted the concerns of supply and substitute teachers this week at their conference in Birmingham.

Jacob Rees-Mogg angers unions, telling civil servants to get back to the office

Jacob Rees-Mogg, Cabinet Office minister, has written to colleagues, urging them to send a "clear message" to the civil service about his return.

P&O Ferries Discussion: a roundtable on seafarers, industrial relations and the law (video)

Watch a roundtable discussion on the legal and industrial relations implications of the mass sackings by P&O Ferries.

Frances O’Grady to stand down as TUC General Secretary at end of 2022

TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady has announced her decision to retire at the end of the year.

Amazon union victory under threat

A historic victory was won across the pond on the 1st of April, with Amazon workers in New York voting to form a union, the Amazon Labor Union.

44% of state school teachers plan to quit by 2027

“It is high time that the government reflected on the failure of successive education secretaries to get a grip on the issues facing teachers."

The Spirit of ’72: Morning Star Spring Conference

The lessons of the Clyde Shipbuilders in the 70's not only echo through time, but can be used today.

Statutory sick pay increase still set below ‘survival rate,’ unions warn

"A marginal increase of £3 a week doesn’t begin to address the issue, while many workers fail to qualify for SSP at all."

P&O Ferries: A roundtable on seafarers, industrial relations and the law

A virtual roundtable discussion on the legal and industrial relations implications of the mass sackings by P&O Ferries.

Minimum wage to increase for UK workers this month

The new rates come as household incomes are under increasing strain due to the rising cost of living.

Thousands of UK workers to take part in four-day week trial

"Sometimes it takes a big disruptor to dislodge deeply embedded societal and cultural norms."