Monday, January 18, 2021
Tesco loses appeal to withhold key information from shop workers in equal pay fight

Tesco loses appeal to withhold key information from staff in equal pay fight

Tesco has been ordered by the court to disclose information that will assist thousands of shop workers in their equal pay (...)
A former Alibaba delivery driver has set himself on fire in protest over unpaid wages in China, suffering third degree burns over 80 per cent of his body.

Former Alibaba delivery driver sets himself on fire in protest over unpaid wages

A former Alibaba delivery driver has set himself on fire in protest over unpaid wages in China, suffering third degree burns over 80 per cent of his body.
Majestic Wine John Colley Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award

Majestic Wine, The Body Shop and Waitrose among “best places to work”

Majestic Wine has been named as one of the Best Places to Work in 2020 after receiving a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award.
Living Wage Foundation Citizens UK

Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons staff earn below “real living wage”

New research has found that 45 per cent of all workers at UK supermarkets including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Ocado were paid less than the "real living wage" in April 2020.
Morrisons to pay staff £10 an hour minimum in UK first

Morrisons to pay staff £10 an hour minimum in UK first

Morrisons has announced a new pay deal which it says will guarantee at least £10 an hour for all staff.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Ponden Homes Bonmarché

Philip Day strikes new deal to save Edinburgh Woollen Mill brands

Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM), Ponden Homes and Bonmarché administrators have struck a deal with international investors to save up to 2500 jobs and 300 stores.
Asos Nick Beighton jobs

Asos to create 2000 new jobs at West Midlands warehouse

Asos has said it will invest £90 million in a new state-of-the-art fulfilment centre in Lichfield, which will employ 2000 people in the next three years.
Retailers cut almost 177,000 jobs in 2020

Retailers cut almost 177,000 jobs in 2020

The turmoil on the high street saw 176,718 jobs lost across retailers during 2020, according to new figures showing (...)
Future High Streets Fund

15 high streets to “bounce back” with £255m funding

The government has allocated £255 million from the £830 million Future High Streets Fund to 15 areas in England.
Quiz boardroom Gerard Sweeney Peter Cowgill

Quiz faces row over composition of its board

Quiz is reportedly facing a dispute over the composition of its board. Shareholder advisory bodies have issued warnings about finance director Gerard Sweeney and chairman Peter Cowgill, who also runs JD Sports.

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How An Online B2B Marketplace Can Turn Your Post-Holiday Surplus And...

The acceleration of e-commerce in 2020 created a huge opportunity for consumers to facilitate their holiday purchases, but now we are in the midst...