Theresa May urged to back workers' rights pledge with action on Government jobs



At least 3,000 workers in Government departments and agencies are paid less than the living wage while more than 100 are on zero-hour contracts, figures have revealed.
The numbers, unearthed in a series of parliamentary questions, were revealed as Theresa May pledges to make protecting workers' rights a central theme of her premiership.
The Prime Minister, who last week told her party conference that the Conservatives are "truly the party of the workers", has announced a review of employment practices.
Labour MP Frank Field, who tabled the parliamentary questions, welcomed the... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 20
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