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Ethical supply chains: Are retailers doing enough?

Thursday, October 27, 2016

The interplay of business and human rights has never been higher up the international agenda. For instance a recent BBC investigation into a factory in Turkey found Syrian refugee children, employed through a middleman, reportedly making clothes for Marks & Spencer and online retailer Asos.

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Call for government inquiry to consider research evidence to maintain ‘say on pay’ legislation

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Accounting and Finance Professor Konstantinos Stathopoulos has called on the government to consider empirical evidence and retain existing Say on Pay legislation as a means of managing executive pay.

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Vital Topics: Business and Human Rights: The role of business in the refugee crisis

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Vital Topics: Business and Human Rights: The role of business in the refugee crisis

Why we need social innovation in home care for older people

Thursday, October 13, 2016

The public debate on the issue of how we look after the older members of our society continues to rumble on with limited prospect of a solution and this week’s report from the Care Quality Commission highlighted the crisis we are facing in adult social care

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FairWRC hosts major international conference

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Fairness at Work Research Centre (FairWRC) recently held its third international conference focusing on enhancing questions of standards and practices at work.

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Research, Work and Equalities
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