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WORKPLACE SUICIDES – While the hazards most often associated with workplace deaths in the U.S. construction industry – falling, being struck-by or crushed by equipment or other objects, or suffering electrocution are well-known – a recent study...

MEAT WORKERS - According to the BBC abattoirs, butchers and meat processors are set to employ prisoners and ex-inmates to help plug labour shortages. Meat industry leaders held talks with the government on Monday to discuss options of how businesses...

PAY CUTS - According to HR Magazine more than two-thirds of companies across the UK are considering pay cuts for staff who choose to work from home. According to a survey by HR software provider CIPHR, 97% of organisations will allow their...

PRESIDENT BIDEN - As part of his American Rescue Plan, President Joe Biden extended $300 weekly unemployment benefits through September 6 (the same date as the UK). Top officials in his administration confirmed on Thursday that he won't be exten...

KENSINGTON - One of London’s richest boroughs has seen a huge spike in Universal Credit applications since the coronavirus pandemic. The number of people applying for Universal Credit in Kensington and Chelsea has doubled following the pandemic....

MILITARY PENSIONS - The Ministry of Defence (MOD) announced it would open talks with the Nepalese Embassy about Gurkus pensions.  Former Gurkha servicemen have ended a 13-day hunger strike after the Government agreed to enter talks wit...

UNIVERSAL CREDIT CUT - In England, Scotland and Wales, the number of private rented households in receipt of Universal Credit with an entitlement to housing support as part of the payment has increased by almost 107% from 746,694 in February 2020 to...

BIG ISSUE - The government risks pushing thousands of households into “poverty, problem debt, and homelessness” if it goes ahead with the planned cut to universal credit in autumn, according to a group of housing charities an...

OPINION - The Taliban wasted no time in overrunning Afghanistan as soon as the Americans announced they were packing up and leaving. Having put up virtually no resistance we are now being told that 20,000 Afghans could be heading for the UK, all who...

LABOUR MARKET STATISTICS IRELAND - The labour market statistics were published today by the Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency. July’s proposed redundancies highest of 2021 850 redundancies were proposed during July 2021, taking t...

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