According to various sources, Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, has been arguing for an increase in Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). This was reported in the
Workplaces in the UK with five or more workers must have a Covid-19 Risk Assessment. https://www.hse.gov.uk/coronavirus/working-safely/risk-assessment.htm The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) is clear about
The No Safety No Work Campaign accepts that some workers have to be in a workplace. They cannot work remotely and their work is essential.
(Mitie’s and its client’s sick decisions) Inadequate sick pay has contributed towards the spread of Covid-19 in the UK, yet Mitie, a leading government contractor,
The working class has borne the brunt of the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. However, within the working class, the gender division of labour has
The No Safety No Work Campaign has consistently argued for measures to be taken to make schools Covid-secure. Community spaces could be used as temporary