Third of UK employees witness racism at work

Almost half of minority workers admit they don’t feel like valued members of their teams, according to a new survey. The charity Business in the Community revealed that 55% of black, Asian and minority (BAME) workers feel like they are appreciated at work. That is compared to 71% of white workers who felt that they… Continue reading

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UK employment at highest level since 1971, ONS reveals

Employment in the UK has grown as the number of people in work has reached at the highest levels since records began in 1971. Figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) for July to September 2015 found there were 31.21 million people in work, 177,000 more than for April to June 2015 and 419,000… Continue reading

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