Employment

What are green jobs and how can I get one?
Employment

What are green jobs and how can I get one?

Here’s everything you need to know about green jobs as leaders look to tackle both the employment and climate crises in the UK

Charities call for multifaceted approach to help ex-offenders into work
Employment

Charities call for multifaceted approach to help ex-offenders into work

Following Justice Secretary Dominic Raab’s call for more action on helping ex-offenders into employment, UK rehabilitation charities have emphasised the need for support in multiple areas to prevent re-offending.

What is fire and rehire? How can you fight against it?
Employment

What is fire and rehire? How can you fight against it?

The pandemic has seen companies use fire and rehire tactics to force employees into accepting worse terms. Here’s what you can do to fight the practice.

Fire and rehire: Government blocks bill to protect workers
Employment

Fire and rehire: Government blocks bill to protect workers

Zero hour contracts: Know your rights
Employment

Zero hour contracts: Know your rights

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Climate campaigners slam decision to cut thousands of railway jobs
Employment

Climate campaigners slam decision to cut thousands of railway jobs

Bin workers in Glasgow to strike when world leaders visit for global climate event COP26
Employment

Bin workers in Glasgow to strike when world leaders visit for global climate event COP26

Labour shortage: UK needs 1.1 million people to fill record job vacancies
Employment

Labour shortage: UK needs 1.1 million people to fill record job vacancies

Want to know what career is right for you? These TikTok day-in-the-life videos are here to inspire you
Employment

Want to know what career is right for you? These TikTok day-in-the-life videos are here to inspire you

Minimum wage UK: How does Britain compare to the rest of the world?
Employment

Minimum wage UK: How does Britain compare to the rest of the world?

Setting up a side hustle? Here’s what you need to know
Employment

Setting up a side hustle? Here’s what you need to know

Striking Uber drivers demand end to ‘racist’ facial recognition software
Employment

Striking Uber drivers demand end to ‘racist’ facial recognition software

What’s in Rishi Sunak’s £500m plan for jobs?
Employment

What’s in Rishi Sunak’s £500m plan for jobs?

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Should employers make sure staff get home safe? This local council thinks so
Employment

Should employers make sure staff get home safe? This local council thinks so

Why the end of furlough may not solve the jobs crisis like some expect
Employment

Why the end of furlough may not solve the jobs crisis like some expect

Considering a new job? Here’s how to retrain in 8 crucial areas
Employment

Considering a new job? Here’s how to retrain in 8 crucial areas

‘It’s going crazy’: How minicab drivers are coping with the fuel crisis
Employment

‘It’s going crazy’: How minicab drivers are coping with the fuel crisis

End of the furlough scheme: What happens next?
Employment

End of the furlough scheme: What happens next?

Labour members vote for £15 minimum wage and increase to statutory sick pay
Employment

Labour members vote for £15 minimum wage and increase to statutory sick pay

The national living wage, real living wage and minimum wage explained
Employment

The national living wage, real living wage and minimum wage explained

How to reduce job hunting stress
Employment

How to reduce job hunting stress

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Restaurants banned from keeping tips as government admits minimum wage is not enough
Employment

Restaurants banned from keeping tips as government admits minimum wage is not enough

Plans to ‘modernise’ working life will allow employees to request flexibility from day one
Employment

Plans to ‘modernise’ working life will allow employees to request flexibility from day one

Weetabix workers strike over fire and rehire plans to ‘cut £5,000 a year from wages’
Employment

Weetabix workers strike over fire and rehire plans to ‘cut £5,000 a year from wages’

National insurance hike will leave NHS workers funding their own pay rise
Employment

National insurance hike will leave NHS workers funding their own pay rise

How online learning can boost your employability
Employment

How online learning can boost your employability

Government cuts threaten employment recovery, charities say
Employment

Government cuts threaten employment recovery, charities say

What is the Kickstart scheme and how can you land a placement?
Employment

What is the Kickstart scheme and how can you land a placement?

Businesses are queueing up to offer jobs to Afghan refugees
Employment

Businesses are queueing up to offer jobs to Afghan refugees

Scottish government urged to expand 4 day working week trial
Employment

Scottish government urged to expand 4 day working week trial

Sex workers hit out at OnlyFans: ‘Businesses don’t view us as people’
Employment

Sex workers hit out at OnlyFans: ‘Businesses don’t view us as people’

What is a universal basic income? And which countries are eyeing a trial?
Employment

What is a universal basic income? And which countries are eyeing a trial?

Considering a new job? Here’s how to retrain in 10 crucial areas
Employment

Considering a new job? Here’s how to retrain in 10 crucial areas