Commenting on the latest figures on average hours worked across the economy, published today (Thursday) by the Office for National Statistics, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Employees spend nearly 200 hours a year travelling to and from work - adding up to around five weeks extra work - according to a TUC analysis of official statistics published today (Monday) to mark the start of Work Wise UK's Commute Smart week (14-1...
Weakening the right to request flexible working risks giving employers the green light to abandon family friendly practices, the TUC warns today (Monday) in its submission to the government's modern workplaces consultation.
Moving May Day could hit retailers, break established holiday patterns and disrupt domestic tourism, the TUC warns today (Thursday) in its submission to the government's pre-consultation on moving the May Day bank holiday as part of the domestic tour...
Commenting on the latest figures for commute times, published today (Thursday) by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
The growth of homeworking stalled during the recent recession, the TUC says in a new analysis of official figures to mark National Work From Home Day today (Friday), which is organised by Work Wise UK.
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