We’re coming up to the autumn statement, the government’s laying out of their financial plans for the coming year (the Budget, in the spring, is the details of it all, the statement is the outline as a not entirely accurate but good enough explanation) and various organisations are making plain […]
by Keith Weiner
Seumas Milne (Austerity has clearly failed, 20 November) rightly points out the destructive economic and social effects of an insecure workforce, through zero-hours contracts, the exploitation of migrant workers and the lack of secure and stable jobs.
The workplace relationship needs to be rebalanced, so that everyone at work is treated with dignity and respect, producing a more positive and productive working environment. Strong
Most taking up jobs are trapped on less than living wage, finds report by Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Insecure, low-paid jobs are leaving record numbers of working families in poverty, with two-thirds of people who found work in the past year taking jobs for less than the living wage, according to the latest annual report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
While it may seem unlikely for Ukraine to become the next tech mecca, it’s got some surprising advantages. I wouldn’t bet against it.
‘The Walking Dead’ finds its feet in Sunday night’s episode ‘Crossed.’
Images from the fifth season of AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead.’
There are times when the arguments put forward in potential trade treaties make you want to bang your head on the desk, so far removed from economic reality they can be. And there are other times when a suggestion brings forth a “Yes, obviously!” reaction and so it is with […]
The primal questions of public relations: How do you react to a scandal? How do you generate stories that attract the right viewers? How do you launch a new product when no one has heard of you before? Public relations (PR) is the art of telling a story through the […]