Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
ĹẸẸ ŴẸŜŤŴĮČЌ 👽 7 Feb 18
When I realized this trend was not I shut down the app!!
Reply Retweet Like
The CWU 6 Feb 18
Two people working next to each other doing the same job should be on the same pay, terms and conditions - this exploitation has to end
Reply Retweet Like
UK Prime Minister 7 Feb 18
The plan, in response to means: 💷 All workers now have a right to a payslip 🔤 A right to a contract on day one for all 👷 A crack down on using unpaid interns to do the job of a worker
Reply Retweet Like
GMB UNION 7 Feb 18
Weak proposals from a weak Government that's promised much but delivered little for workers.
Reply Retweet Like
Laura Pidcock MP 15 Feb 18
With the recent publication of the Govt’s , weak proposals which deliver almost nothing for workers at the sharp end, it’s worth remembering ’s 20 pledges for working people, from banning zero hour contracts to a £10 real Living Wage:
Reply Retweet Like
Dan Carden MP 10 Feb 18
The Government's response to the is just papering over the cracks with rhetoric when real action was needed. Tories will tinker around the edges and launch consultations, but this won't give much hope to millions trapped in precarious work
Reply Retweet Like
Jo Stevens 12 Oct 17
So why produce a report that recommended completely the opposite then?
Reply Retweet Like
The CWU 7 Feb 18
The simply isn’t the answer for workers. The only choice has and always will be to join a Trade Union - do it today
Reply Retweet Like
Keith M Gordon Dec 17
Following Govt proposes to align status tests for employment and tax purposes. This could work if done properly so it's good that it's subject to consultation. Let's hope that the opportunity is used to the full.
Reply Retweet Like
Darren Newman Dec 16
My big question on the reforms announced today is on the Timetable. When are the reforms scheduled to come into force, and do we expect the Government to last that long?
Reply Retweet Like
ROMEO TAYLOR 7 Feb 18
The Big Mac... what can I say other than: wow! This damn burger put fast food on the map, and 30+ years later, it's STILL the undisputed champion of fast food burgers. This burger truly is the king of kings - that secret sauce... delicious!
Reply Retweet Like
Jason Braier Dec 17
And the most ominous paragraph in the Good Work Plan is this one, which reinforces the worry that somewhere behind closed doors there's a civil servant trying to come up with a Unison-proof employment tribunal costs regime.
Reply Retweet Like
Laura Pidcock MP 7 Feb 18
Don Lane. These business models are barbaric & present government has allowed them to flourish. Today, they were given a chance to take decisive action to give people who work in the ‘gig economy’ real rights & protections. They failed.
Reply Retweet Like
Bill Dodwell 7 Feb 18
Future govts will need to look at differing tax/national insurance treatment of employees, freelancers and the self-employed – otherwise financial incentives will remain to use workers who are not employees.
Reply Retweet Like
What Works Wellbeing Dec 17
Few things matter to our overall wellbeing more than work. Having a job matters for more than just the money and good quality work is miles better. Some parts of the UK do this better than others. analysis of of what matters is below.
Reply Retweet Like
Katherine Heffernan Jul 18
If you employ low-paid workers on zero or minimum hours contracts, please take a look at the survey we are conducting for . The research will inform the LPC's response to recommendations
Reply Retweet Like
TradesUnionCongress 7 Feb 18
Insecure workers are struggling to make ends meet. They're less satisfied and more anxious. They need change now.
Reply Retweet Like
IEA 7 Feb 18
PRESS RELEASE: It is not the Government’s role to be accountable for good quality work. Our reaction to the government response to
Reply Retweet Like
CarolineJMolloy 7 Feb 18
'Gig economy' is one thing but construction workers (for eg) have been screwed over for decades (& Tory building trade grandees have repeatedly conspired to stop them fighting back for sick pay, hol pay, end to casualisation). Nationalise construction tbh.
Reply Retweet Like
IOSH 20 Nov 17
“Flexibility is a good thing,” says , but “quality of work” is a concern. We could have “a race to the bottom“ unless we act. Re. “I tried to avoid ‘big sticks’”
Reply Retweet Like