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Commenting on new analysis published today (Sunday) by London First and conducted by Frontier Economics, which suggests that wages could be damaged by Brexit, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: “This is yet more evidence of how widespread concerns are that Brexit will hit working people in the pocket.
08 May 2016
The TUC is today (Wednesday) calling on the candidates in the London mayoral election who were selected by online balloting to back the use of the same technology by trade unions. The law currently prohibits secure online voting technology through computers and smart phones for strike ballots. Trade unions can...
06 January 2016
date: 28 March 2014 embargo : 00.01hrs Tuesday 1 April 2014 In parts of East of England a third of jobs pay less than living wage In some parts of the East of England a third of jobs (35 per cent) are paying less than the living wage, the TUC...
01 April 2014
date: 28 March 2014 embargo : 00.01hrs Tuesday 1 April 2014 A third of jobs pay less than the living wage in parts of the South East In some parts of the South East a third of jobs (34.5 per cent) are paying less than the living wage, the TUC...
01 April 2014
Big savings – £608m – could be made by the public purse if London’s 572,000 low-paid workers received a pay rise and were paid the living wage, according to research published by the TUC today (Friday) to mark the end of Living Wage Week. Economic modelling carried out for the...
11 November 2013
The worst employment blackspots in the capital are also experiencing the biggest cuts in government spending, the TUC has revealed today (Monday).
16 May 2011
Nearly one in four workers (23.7 per cent) in the East of England are regularly doing unpaid overtime worth around £5,000 a year, according to a TUC analysis of official figures published today (Friday) to mark Work Your Proper Hour Day (WYPHD).
25 February 2011
One in four workers (25.3 per cent) across the South East are regularly doing unpaid overtime worth around £5,500 a year, according to a TUC analysis of official figures published today (Friday) to mark Work Your Proper Hour Day (WYPHD).
25 February 2011
Over one in four workers (27.8 per cent) in London regularly did unpaid overtime worth an average of £8,378 a year in 2010, according to a TUC analysis of official figures published today (Friday) to mark Work Your Proper Hour Day (WYPHD).
25 February 2011
At SERTUC's ‘International Conference' on Saturday, (14 June), trade unionists from London, the South East, the East of England and beyond will meet with trade unionists and international speakers from across the world to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing working people and their families in the world today. The...
09 June 2008

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