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  • 29 November 2019 - Academics at 60 British universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, have been on strike since the past week. Friction between the management and employees has arisen over pay, pensions, and workplace conditions. Concerns about the Universities Superannuation Scheme, a private pension plan, are the main cause of this. The scheme holds 420,000 members and manages over £67bn in assets. Read up on Compensation
  • 28 November 2019 - The United Kingdom’s prominent investors have urged companies such as Royal Mail, British Airways and JD Sports to pay their employees a living wage. Additionally, the letters recommend seeking accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation (LWF), which ensures workers receive wages higher than the national minimum wage. The LWF living wage stands at £10.75 against the legal minimum, £8.21. Check Minimum Wage

 

 

 

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