‘Section 28’was passed and legislated by the UK Government on the 24th of May 1988.
I’m a post graduate student studying Human Resource Management at Strathclyde Business School. I was inspired to do this blog, and it’s given name, by people being shocked by me attending a business school in a more corporate type of education setting. I do my research projects around precarious work; service sector; in-work poverty; employment relations and the state welfare and unemployment. I am left political leaning and I am a member of The Scottish Green Party; making me an avid supporter of Scottish Independence on the grounds of a potential decentralised power structure.
My blog, which I have finally got the guts to start after finding the time recovering from a nasty ankle operation, will be centred around key HRM academic debates from a left political perspective. I hope you enjoy 🙂
“This article is to call out Theresa May on her biggest contradiction of shaking the famous magic money tree and finding just enough money for ‘targeted’ and ‘successful’ airstrikes on Syria.”
Profit maximisation should never happen on the back of the underpaid and overworked employees…..
After the allegations around Vote Leave and Cambridge Analytica serious questions need to be asked.
Blaming immigration on our workforce woes doesn’t wash with Scotland
“We stand in country with a welfare state that is being decimated”
The dilemma facing those on zero hour contracts is travel into work or go without….
“As someone who is going through the process of claiming for UC, I can vouch for it being neither fair nor simple”