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Planned protest at Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council cancelled in mark of respect to Manchester victims

Unite members call off Living Wage protest in aftermath of terrorist atrocity

Unite Regional Officer Gareth Scott confirmed a planned protest outside Coleraine council buildings has been called off as a mark of respect following the terrorist attack in Manchester. 52 more words

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Workers to challenge Causeway Coast & Glens Councillors over failure to address Poverty Pay

Unite members will seek support for Living Wage pay commitment ahead of Coleraine council meeting tomorrow

Unite Regional Officer Gareth Scott confirmed his union’s members would seek to engage councillors at Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council over their failure to pay all workers a Living Wage. 260 more words

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Living Wage sought by Council President

Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell calls for the City to recommit to paying its employees a living wage to lift its full time employees above poverty wages and longevity pay to retain experienced long time workers. 415 more words

ADW News

Senseless Death at Work: The Case of Nylacast Engineering

There are many dubious ways that profitable businesses can generate extra money at the expense of the wellbeing of their employees. One simple way to boost profit margins for the bosses is by reducing wage bills, and another is by cutting corners with respect to health and safety in the workplace. 541 more words

Corporate Scroungers

What Does the Future Look Like?

What defines the future? Is it the passage of time? A technological breakthrough? The occurrence of a specific event? How far away are we from that future transforming into our present? 1,266 more words


Why I'm voting Labour

Jesus told a story about a group of people on zero-hours contracts. Well, not exactly, I’m paraphrasing, but I think this captures it.

Anyway, this group of people would turn up at their Agency first thing in the morning, hoping there would be work for them. 980 more words