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[cover image]April 2017
Issue 17 (20/04/2017) - Shareholder revolt over executive pay; Single parents hit by benefit sanctions; Factory output stalls; Let's talk about racism; UK at bottom of class for skills; Pay premium on zero-hours contracts? Issue 16 (13/04/17) - Inflation hits rise in weekly earnings; Puny fines over asbestos failure; Fall in unemployment; Inflation above 3.0%; Government consults on pension exit charges Issue 15 (06/04/17) - MPs call for action on corporate governance

; Levy to support apprenticeships; BMW workers strike over pensions; Thousands hit by Tories' Benefit Cap
; Disability - 20 years of 'missed opportunities'; MEPs vote for worker protection in Brexit[More ...]

[cover image]March 2017
Issue 13 (30/03/2017) - Executive pay bandwagon rolls on; Cycle courier entitled to holiday pay; Employment law changes this April; New minimum wage rates kick in; UK lags on maternity; Merger heralds new teaching union; Consultation on caste discrimination Issue 12 (23/03/2017) - Inflation leaps to 3.2; More regulation of gig economy needed; Appalling risk of suicides in construction

; Fat cats - the great pay divide; Racist abuse after Brexit vote; Lack of diversity at top in Wales Issue 11 (16/03/2017) - Swings and scooters of inflation basket; No real improvement in weekly earnings; Cosmetic improvement with Living Wage; Zero-hours contracts at record high; Unemployment falls below 1.6 million Issue 10 (09/03/2017) - Economic forecasts in Hammond's Budget
; Mixed fortunes in ethnic women's pay gap data

; Company merger and acquisitions in 2016; Numbers on zero-hours contracts at a high
; GMB take on DX delivery firm; Former chancellor's nice big earner; Charter to stop violence at work
 Issue 9 (02/02/2017) - Trade Union Act regs come into force
; Gender pension gap leaves women short

; Violence at work - the nasty truth
; Bookseller's £7m salary

; Money purchase pension are norm; British Gas denied appeal in Lock case; Government fails in ethnicity review[More ...]

[cover image]February 2017
Issue 8 (23/02/2016) - Government green paper on pensions

; A 'Stern diet' for fat cat directors' pay

; Employers - don't miss out on talent; Argos repays £2.4 million to 37,000 staff; Economic growth revised upwards; Work fears of disabled people revealed Issue 7 (16/02/2017) - Minimum wage cheats named and shamed; Inflation hits three-year high; Unemployment at 11-year low; Inflation erodes growth in weekly earnings Issue 6 (09/02/2017) - Review of tribunal fees finally published; Plan to tackle abusive hiring practices; Insecure work on rise; Twenty eight directors share £68.37 million issue 5 (02/02/2017) - Racism at work; Economy grows but there's a shortfall; Advice on gender pay gap from Acas

; Tories offer no solution on discrimination

; Eight assaults a day in Welsh schools[More ...]

[cover image]January 2017
Issue 4 (26/021/2017) - Death by a thousand fire service cuts; Guidance on stress

; Modern-day slave traders jailed

; Fees let bad bosses get off scot free
; Top-ranked inclusive employers 2017; Get tough on pay, says pension funds Issue 3 (19/01/2017) - Wales to ditch parts of 2016 Trade Union Act; Inflation rates at highest since 2014; Retail inflation eating into earnings growth; UK unemployment at nine-year low Issue 2 (12/01/2017) - Courier's tribunal win against CitySprint; TUC warns over Brexit threat to workers' rights; Lame excuses for not paying minimum wage; High street store fined over safety; Manufacturing output edges higher; Child poverty briefing Issue 1 (05/01/2017) - 'Precarious pay penalty' of zero-hours staff; Plans for a Universal Basic Income
; 2017 - economic forecasts for year

; 'Fat Cat Wednesday' has been and gone; Northern Ireland to reveal political gifts

; UK's deficit in trade in goods gets ever worse
; UK economic growth revised upwards[More ...]