- @mjturner1975 @AdamBienkov Doubt it, given the demand for London property. 6 hours ago
- @johnb78 Now that's really silly. For a start, where would you draw the boundary? @mjturner1975 @AdamBienkov 6 hours ago
- @johnb78 @mjturner1975 @AdamBienkov More here: flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/tim… 6 hours ago
- @AdamBienkov Because it would relocate power and state spending to another part of the country. 6 hours ago
- Moving the government from London would be "one of the most democratic reforms in British history" says John Harris. theguardian.com/commentisfree/…" 6 hours ago
- RT @resfoundation: NEW SURVEY 450,000 newly self-employed workers would rather be employees - though clear majority are content. http://t.c… 6 hours ago
- Good piece in @SocietyGuardian on the Crossrail apprentice scheme: gu.com/p/3zcdy/tw Kudos to @robjones_tring and colleagues. 7 hours ago
- RT @BillRegenda: Self-Employment – Entrepreneurial Dawn Or The End Of Secure Jobs? theworkfoundation.com/blog/1800/Self… 16 hours ago
- RT @SFSG2011: Should we be concerned about the rise in self-employment? fb.me/3e9FUgx6F 16 hours ago
- RT @TheBusyFool: Work Foundation: Self-Employment – Entrepreneurial Dawn Or The End Of Secure Jobs? ow.ly/2FHe8H 16 hours ago
- @TickyW Oh come on! Permanent contract gives much more protection than casual or contract labour. 16 hours ago
- NHS facing financial crisis: ind.pn/QmL4vc Is this news to anyone? 16 hours ago
- Comparative recovery
- The social media pillory
- More freelancers than public employees: Is that really a Good Thing?
- Waiting in vain for the rebound
- Is the state shrinking?
- The working poor and the welfare cap
- Public finances: The picture is largely unchanged
- Is wealth inequality just getting back to normal?
- Bob Crow
- What happens when the pensions run out?
- Work in 2030: Even more precarious than it is now
- The 4G workplace
Monthly Archives: January 2013
Lots of people have picked over the judgement from the European Court of Human Rights on Eweida and others. Opinion is divided, to say the least, on its significance. Three out of the four applicants lost their cases. From this … Continue reading
A few years ago, Darren Newman kicked off one of his employment law seminars by asking the participants which laws they would like to see abolished. There were plenty of suggestions but, after writing them up on a flip chart, … Continue reading
Jane Watson accuses HR of “Sloppy Thinking on Culture“. This is grossly unfair! CEOs, marketing executives, PR luvvies, business journalists, management consultants, politicians and motivational speakers have all been at it for years too. Ever since the concept emerged in the … Continue reading
Just after Christmas, Chris Dillow wrote a piece on the Debuncification of the economy – ‘bunce’ being the term applied to unofficial perks of a job. He quotes from Danny Baker: Getting things ‘out of the docks’ was considered a … Continue reading
Will the government’s austerity policies make the UK a more unequal society over the next few years? Many, especially on the left, are convinced that they will. John Rentoul thinks not, though. In a follow-up to his piece on inequality, … Continue reading