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Stella Creasy’s bill would allow women to compare their pay to male colleagues and require companies to act to end the gender pay gap
Office for National Statistics figures show that structural and individual racism still play a role in determining pay and life chances
Any recruitment process needs to make sure it attracts and appoints the very best candidates; and not just friends of the Prime Minister.
On the law's 10th anniversary, the TUC says the full powers of the act have still not been implemented as Covid-19 has deepened inequality and discrimination at work.
Caroline Lucas MP has called for the Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) to be extended beyond October, and for those who have been left out to be included and given backpay.
The NUJ and The British Press Photographers’ Association are calling on photographers to refuse to sign the latest News UK rights-grabbing contract.
The corporation’s annual report shows the broadcaster remains popular and trusted, but costs mean more cuts on the way
The company said it expected the overall reduction in editorial staffing to be between 20 and 30, as part of restructuring.
But with 2,000 journalists' jobs at risk, the NUJ questions how the corporation can continue to make world-beating programmes.
Ofcom will be requiring the BBC to prove its proposed cuts in news and current affairs will allow it to carry out its legal remit as a public service broadcaster.