Almost a quarter (23%) of new fathers did not qualify for statutory paid paternity leave last year, either because they had not been in their job long enough, were in insecure work or they were self-employed, the TUC has claimed.
Four in 10 workers wrongly believe they are not entitled to a minimum wage for the time they spend travelling between assignments, highlighting the need for employers to check they are fully compliant with wage rules.
Large organisations should be forced to publish retention rates for new mothers returning to the workplace in order to tackle the "shocking" levels of discrimination they face, a group of MPs have urged.
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