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11 July 2017

UK workers earning GBP2.50 an hour prompts call for govt. action

Author: Rob Davies & Sarah Butler, Guardian (UK)

The government has been urged to stage an “emergency intervention” to protect gig economy workers, amid concerns they are being forced into contracts that sometimes pay less than £2.50 an hour and can be cancelled at any moment. The allegations are...

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9 January 2017

UK: Govt. agency calls on hospitality industry to combat workplace pregnancy discrimination

Author: Ruth Wyatt, Caterer (UK)

"Calls for hospitality industry to join businesses against pregnancy in workplace discrimination", 6 Jan 2017...

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27 April 2015

UK: 14 companies commit to end mental health discrimination

Author: Marianne Calnan, Employee Benefits (UK)

"Royal Mail, Mars and BT pledge to end mental health discrimination", 24 Apr 2015...

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13 October 2014

European business leaders back charter to combat depression in the workplace

Author: Ian Silvera, International Business Times

"UK Mental Health: Barclays, BT and Royal Mail Team Up to Target Depression in the Workplace", 9 Oct 2014 ...

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28 April 2014

New Report Showcases Top Business' Solutions to Tackle Depression in the Workplace

Author: Laura Clewes, Ogilvy HealthPR

A group of major European employers today launch a report featuring fresh insights into the fight against depression in the workplace…BT Group plc, Deutsche Post DHL, H. Lundbeck A/S, Ogilvy [part of WPP] and Unilever have publicly shared information...

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15 October 2013
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Author: Financial Year Journal (France)

Au sein de l'Union européenne, plus de 34,6 millions d'employés pourraient être à risque de prendre des jours de congés à cause de la dépression et de ses symptômes cognitifs, ce qui représente une perte potentiel d'un milliard de journées de travail....

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31 May 2007

Executives warm to carbon reductions [UK]

Author: John Willman, FT

...BSkyB decided in January 2006 to become the first media company to become carbon neutral...Within five months, it had hit the target - the satellite broadcaster now uses 100 per cent renewable electricity for all BSkyB-owned UK sites and has...

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25 April 2007

[PDF] Digital Inclusion Team – Final report and case studies

Author: Alison Ewings and Jane Fiona Cumming, Article 13 [UK]

Clearly there is a long way to go in using ICT [information communication technologies] to engage socially excluded groups. However, encouragingly there is a relatively strong appetite amongst companies to engage with socially excluded groups. Whilst...

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9 June 2006

Suppliers face test of green credentials [UK]

Author: Fiona Harvey, Financial Times

Tony Blair...is expected to announce measures intended to ensure that the £150bn the government spends each year goes on goods and services that meet certain "green" standards. The standards will cover energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions, the...

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11 December 2003

Pregnant women still face discrimination [Wales, UK]

Author: Joanne Atkinson, The Western Mail [Wales, UK]

The head of the Equal Opportunities Commission in Wales has criticised the "shocking" number of women who are still being discriminated against because of pregnancy. [refers to a case against Royal Mail]

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