Instead of voting on a ceasefire, the House of Commons descended into furious arguments between MPs and the speaker.
Recent waves of layoffs shine a light on the systemic issues in the game industry and the post-graduation promises universities are making to students.
Could the adverse effects of anti-work rhetoric spread beyond one’s own job perception? A sociologist’s recent research sheds light on the question.
We investigated whether rates of children in care have been growing or falling across all English local authorities according to their party political leadership.
New research shows that women’s earnings are negatively impacted by having children, while men’s aren’t. The effects can be long-lasting and contribute to the gender pay gap.
The success of students, the education system and the future of our communities depend on the learning that children receive in schools today.
Canada is an outlier in its failure to hold buyers and retailers accountable for labour abuse in seafood supply chains.
Job listings now often demand that applicants have degrees and experiences that were previously unnecessary, with some job requirements even surpassing the qualifications of current employees.
Chronically underfunded classrooms with fewer supports to meet student needs is a core issue for Saskatchewan teachers.
Women favour seeing the same health provider throughout pregnancy, in labour and after they have their baby – whether that’s via midwifery group practice, a private midwife or a private obstetrician.
The rise in union support can be explained by the growing recognition people are having of their own disadvantages, and the anger they feel about it.
Tech firms are relying on low-wage workers to power their AI models. That raises serious ethical questions about how the technology is being developed.
Unions have long advocated for a ban on replacement workers, arguing their use unduly shifts power to employers and gives the boss an unfair advantage in collective bargaining.
Over 80% of secondary schools are academies, which don’t have to teach the national curriculum.
Changing attitudes to maths from the start of education can lead to more success later on.
The work environment is a social determinant of health. However, work has been underused as a lever to address health inequalities.
Labour has vowed to crack down on smuggling gangs.
Companies like Uber and Lyft have a long way to go in improving worker safety to ensure both drivers and passengers feel safe on the road.
While blatant discrimination is easy to condemn because of how obvious it is, there are subtler, more insidious forms that also need to be rooted out.
While the digital landscape offers opportunities for unions to engage and mobilize supporters, it also presents challenges, including the risk of being marginalized in the vast online world.