NPower bosses pitched just £140 million into the government's fuel poverty fund while dodging up to £100m in tax, the Morning Star can reveal.
The GMB Trade Union will be holding a demonstration on Tuesday 30th April starting at 1-00pm at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, Prescot Street, Liverpool, L7 8XP. Could we ask that if you haven't already booked it in your diary and you are free that you come and support us on the day.
GMB Trade Union members at Crane Building Services ( Valve and Meter supplier to National Grid and other Utility Companies) are continuing their Strike Action from 10 pm Sunday night until 10 pm on Tuesday 30th April. This will be their 4th and 5th days of action as well as the continuous overtime ban for the duration of the dispute.
GMB Trade Union will be supporting Workers Memorial Day. International Workers' Memorial Day is an opportunity for us FACK families to tell the stories of our lives, which changed irrevocably and beyond measure when our loved ones’ lives were cut far too short.
GMB to consult members in Local Government in England, Wales and Northern Ireland over new pay offer for 2013
There is likely to be relief that we have broken the 3 year pay freeze but disappointment that there is only 1% on the table so we will see whether that's enough to satisfy our members says GMB Trade Union.
A living-wage campaign at Next group is being stepped up after multimillionaire bosses were found to be part-timing staff at just below the wage rates that would require national insurance contributions, GMB said today.
Trade Unions have queued up to condemn Chancellor George Osborne’s economic strategy after yesterday’s job figures showed unemployment rose by 70,000 to 2.56 million.
Today saw publication of the interim parliamentary report on blacklisting by the Scottish Select Affairs Committee. In its statement released today, the committee says that the major construction firms that established and funded a systematic blacklist of construction industry workers appear to be continuing to avoid taking full responsibility for their actions.
More and more councils are coming out to say that they oppose the bedroom tax.
Bosses enjoyed a 15 per cent pay rise last year as ordinary workers continue to suffer real-term pay cuts, researched revealed today. A "bonus boom" topped up CEOs' basic pay rise of 1.8 per cent to a massive 15.8 per cent, according to the Chartered Institute of Management (CIM). Most workers are struggling to win a below-inflation 1 per cent pay rise.