Responding to the latest unemployment figures published today (Wednesday) by the Office for National Statistics TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said:
In this issue: Employment up 90,000, and unemployment down 37,000; regional labour market picture varies; and wages continue to fall in real terms.PDF version available for download
The rising number of people in work since the recession has been driven by a surge in self-employment, according to new TUC analysis published ahead of the latest unemployment figures due later today (Wednesday).
The economic landscape has created uncertainty in regards to pay matters and spending cuts in the public sector. Along with pay freezes in the private sector, this has created growing doubt in how to approach pay bargaining. The IDS & TUC Pay...
Commenting on the latest inflation figures published today (Tuesday) by the Office for National Statistics - which show that CPI inflation remained at 2.7 per cent, while RPI inflation increased to 3.1 per cent - TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady...
The average worker will lose around £6,000 by 2014 as a result of wages failing to keep pace with rising prices, according to new TUC analysis published ahead of the latest inflation figures today (Tuesday).
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