Care workers ‘not adequately valued or rewarded’

Care workers are not adequately valued or rewarded for their vitally important role, a new report from Scotland’s spending watchdogs has said. It said the poor terms and conditions for staff contributed...

Universal credit claimants face tough sanctions in UK job crackdown

Jobseekers will have just four weeks to find employment in their preferred sector under the government’s Way to Work campaign Read the full artic le on this link to The Guardian Share this:Click to share on...

Britain’s cost of living crisis means that for some, ‘getting by’ will become a luxury

A different Tory leader will not save a failing social security system. We need a new welfare state from the bottom up. Read the full article on this link to The Guardian Share this:Click to share on Twitter...

Teaching union joins forces with charity in call for school counselling boost

A strategic partnership between teaching union NASUWT and charity Citizens UK is set to campaign for a complete roll-out of school counselling across the UK. The British Association for Counselling and...

Disadvantaged pupils less likely to earn living wage, study warns

Pupils eligible for free school meals (FSMs) are significantly less likely than their more affluent peers to earn above the living wage by the time they reach 25, new research shows. The study into the...

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