Retailers pledge to improve diversity and inclusion

9 April 2021

Over 50 leading retailers have signed up to a Diversity and Inclusion charter, led by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), and pledged to take decisive action to improve diversity practices across the retail industry.

Wales given a roadmap out of coronavirus restrictions

9 April 2021

Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has set out plans to further relax Covid restrictions with the aim of taking Wales fully into Alert Level 3 by 17 May, subject to public health conditions remaining favourable.

Unions claim that employment law is failing to keep pace with AI

8 April 2021

A new report — carried out for the TUC by employment rights lawyers from the AI Law Consultancy — argues that there are huge gaps in British law and it is failing to keep pace with the rapid expansion of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the workplace.

Low Pay Commission is interested in your views

8 April 2021

The independent body which advises the Government on the levels of the National Living Wage (NLW) and National Minimum Wage (NMW) has launched its annual consultation seeking evidence of their impact to inform its recommendations on the 2022 rates.

Union body claims many key workers are underpaid

1 April 2021

Around a third (33%) of key workers earn less than £10 an hour according to new analysis by the TUC. As new minimum and living wage rates come into force, it has urged the Government to raise the minimum wage to £10 an hour.