SNP has let workers down on fair pay, says Labour leader Richard Leonard



Workers in Scotland have been let down by the “failure” of the Scottish Government to publish a national action plan on fair work, Labour leader Richard Leonard has said.
Ministers had pledged to unveil the Scotland-wide blueprint to safeguard worker’s rights by the end of last year.
But they failed to bring forward any proposals which was to have included plans for a “fair work congress” ensuring input from a wide range of experts.
Leonard says it marks the latest failings by the SNP Government to “stand up for Scottish workers”.
He said: “Scotland desperately needs a plan to deliver fair... read more

 
12 January 2019 in Politics, Views: 59
Source: Scotsman
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