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Mental Health Awareness week: employers must make reasonable adjustments and accommodate those caring for people with mental health illness
Unpredictability of mental health problems leaves parents and carers needing employment flexibility at times of crisis Latest statistics show increasing numbers of children being referred to Mental Health specialists May 14th: Unite Equality Officer, Taryn Trainor, called on employers to … Continue reading
Women in Northern Ireland continue to be denied rights and protections afforded to women in all other parts of UK
Westminster must legislate to extend gender pay gap disclosure duty to employers in Northern Ireland March 8th: Speaking on International Women’s Day, Unite Regional Women’s & Equalities Officer, Taryn Trainor, called on Westminster to legislate to vindicate the rights and … Continue reading
Unite campaign for Repeal will be informed by ground-breaking workplace survey March 8th: Trade union Unite, which represents working women in all sectors, today (International Women’s Day) said that its campaign for a ‘Yes’ vote in the forthcoming referendum to … Continue reading
Team leaders, store supervisors and deputy manager positions will go in UK wide restructuring Unite to engage with management to seek to ensure those affected by job losses are found appropriate employment elsewhere within company January 23rd: Taryn Trainor, Unite … Continue reading
Living Wage Foundation raises baseline threshold for pay decency outside London to £8.75 an hour Northern Ireland employers lag behind rest of UK in numbers paying a Living Wage Unite’s Regional Equality officer, Taryn Trainor, welcomed the Living Wage Foundation … Continue reading