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‘I see my father in them’: How one small tea shop plans to empower 1,260 refugees
Recruitment

‘I see my father in them’: How one small tea shop plans to empower 1,260 refugees

For refugees fleeing war and persecution, it can be an uphill battle to come off benefits and find stable employment. Here’s one project making a difference

Businesses need to support people back to work, says Big Issue Recruit
Recruitment

Businesses need to support people back to work, says Big Issue Recruit

With unemployment on the rise and a recession looming, Big Issue Recruit is providing solutions.

Why are NHS ambulance workers going on strike?
NHS

Why are NHS ambulance workers going on strike?

Leader of the London Ambulance Service has warned that “some people will have longer waits and some people won’t get an ambulance at all”

How people with learning disabilities are stepping up to help the NHS recruitment crisis
NHS staffing crisis

How people with learning disabilities are stepping up to help the NHS recruitment crisis

Lack of flexibility in low paid-work means people are having to go part-time, study finds
Flexible working

Lack of flexibility in low paid-work means people are having to go part-time, study finds

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Four-day working week: How’s the UK trial going and how close are we to getting it?
Four-day working week

Four-day working week: How’s the UK trial going and how close are we to getting it?

6 reasons criminal barristers are on strike indefinitely
Strike action

6 reasons criminal barristers are on strike indefinitely

500 nurses and midwives are quitting every week
NHS

500 nurses and midwives are quitting every week

The UK has more job vacancies than unemployed people for the first time
Employment

The UK has more job vacancies than unemployed people for the first time

Why isn’t the UK training enough doctors?
NHS

Why isn’t the UK training enough doctors?

Adam Kay: ‘Before the pandemic the NHS was running on empty and it turned out those were the good old days’
NHS

Adam Kay: ‘Before the pandemic the NHS was running on empty and it turned out those were the good old days’

The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030
Employment

The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030

Daily testing for critical workers labelled ‘hopelessly inadequate’ as it will only reach 1%
Covid

Daily testing for critical workers labelled ‘hopelessly inadequate’ as it will only reach 1%

NHS facing Covid staff crisis in ‘busiest week’ of the year
NHS staffing crisis

NHS facing Covid staff crisis in ‘busiest week’ of the year

Underfunded and overworked: Midwives reveal extent of NHS maternity crisis
Maternity crisis

Underfunded and overworked: Midwives reveal extent of NHS maternity crisis