Welcome to OpenMax!

     Dewislen - Menu
· Home
· 10 Uchaf-Top 10
· Adborth-Feedback
· Archif-Archive
· Chwilio-Search
· Cyfrif-Your Account
· Dadlwytho-Downloads
· Dolennau-Web Links
· FAQ
· FForwm-Forums
· Jwrnal-Journal
· Lleol-Local
· Negeseuon-PM's
· Pôl-Surveys
· Recommend Us
· Rhowch Newyddion- Submit_News
· Testunau-Topics

     Ar lein-Online
There are currently, 16 guest(s) and 0 member(s) that are online.

You are Anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here

     B. Llydan-B. band
Flexible Broadband Services
ADSLguide
The B.S.G.
Broadbandreports
Broadbandwales
Deudraeth.net
Rabbit
Community & regions
Edenfaster
Scottish highlands
Cornwall
Cumbria
Campaigns
Wlan.org.uk
A.B.C.
Wirelesswales
bb4Gwynedd
bb4anglesey
bandllydan.co.uk
Mwy - More
UK List

     Wi Fi
802.11 Planet
wifinetnews
AirShare
Alan Reiter''s Wireless Data Web Log
Bluetooth.weblogs.com
Ecademy Wi-Fi News
Freenetworks
O''Reilly Networks Wireless DevCenter
Practically Networked
SearchNetworking.com
TechDirt
The Register
Wireless Developer Network

     Patches
AIX
BSD/OS
CISCO
DEBIAN LINUX
FREEBSD
IRIX
MAC OS X
MANDRAKE LINUX
MICROSOFT
NOVELL-NETWARE
OPENBSD
REDHAT LINUX
SUN SOLARIS
SUSE LINUX

 Welsh Assembly policy statements revealed virtually no action to tackle low pay!

NewyddionThese are the findings revealed in a report just out by the Bevan Foundation, -
Scrutiny of major Welsh Assembly policy statements revealed virtually no action to tackle low pay or pay differentials, the report said. Issues of job quality are narrowly addressed in terms of skills, avoiding discussion of job security, hours worked, job mobility and so on. And nowhere ‘is there any reference to employee rights, or indeed more than passing reference to equality at work’.

The rationale for getting people into employment was not social justice but to improve GDP, it said. ‘Insofar as there is concern with social justice, it is presented as somewhat unsophisticated ambitions to “help people into jobs” by reducing economic inactivity and to “improve job quality” by raising skill levels. And on some key aspects of social justice there is silence,’the report found.

A social justice agenda for the economy and employment in Wales would include the pursuit of full employment, ending poverty pay and ‘recognition and respect: the right to safe, fulfilling work, free from discrimination, harassment and fear’, the report suggests. Mwy...More...

Gareth Matthews, director for Wales and west of England at Working Links, an organisation that helps disadvantaged people into work, welcomed the report’s recommendation of full employment.

He added: ‘This recommendation will help to ensure that helping people to both get and keep employment, particularly those people who are most disadvantaged in society, remains at the front of the political agenda here in Wales.’

Social justice in the economy and employment, Bevan Foundation, tel: 01495 725214, email info@bevanfoundation.org



 
     Login
Nickname

Password

Don't have an account yet? You can create one. As a registered user you have some advantages like theme manager, comments configuration and post comments with your name.

     Related Links
· Mwy...More...
· Lleol -Local
· More about Newyddion
· News by waen


Most read story about Newyddion:
ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN...can be AVOIDED


     Article Rating
Average Score: 0
Votes: 0

Please take a second and vote for this article:

Bad
Regular
Good
Very Good
Excellent



     Options

Printer Friendly Page  Printer Friendly Page

Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend





llyn.net

© llyn.net 2002-9
Web site engine's code is Copyright © 2002 by PHP-Nuke. All Rights Reserved. PHP-Nuke is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL license.
Page Generation: 0.281 Seconds