As part of a new STUC initiative, Hack Aye (http://hackaye.com) are working on an event planned for May 2015. The initiative aims to give voice to young people experiencing problems with work and/or who want to campaign against poor working conditions. Young people will drive this campaign, and all contributions are welcome. Whether they’re in work, unemployed or in education, we want to hear their views, stories about zero hours contracts, insecure work or low pay. Participants can remain anonymous if they prefer – confidentiality will be 100% respected. Email email@example.com to register an interest and receive further information.
We understand some people may be feeling apprehensive about returning to the work place. The link below takes you to the Scottish Government website for information on Individual Risk Assessments.https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-individual-risk-assessment-for-the-workplace/Our advice would be to speak to your line manager as … Continue reading →
As the Scottish Government has indicated the intention for all schools in Scotland to open to pupils, for blended learning, from 11th August, the school holidays in Fife will be required to end one week early, with some pupils returning … Continue reading →