After Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis forced his players to go into a 7-day-a-week training camp and star player Lorenzo Insigne was fined 350,000 for allegedly organising a mutiny against the chairman’s reaction to a string of very poor results, we look at how influential the PFA (Professional Footballers’ Association) has been in England over the years on its 112th birthday.
MP urges City and United to pay all match day staff the Living Wage in time for this month’s Manchester derby
Manchester City and Manchester United are being challenged to pay all of their match day staff the Living Wage before the Manchester derby this month.
Young workers in the North West are more likely to job-hop in search of higher pay and benefits than the previous generation, who prioritised job security, new research reveals.
Figures in a recent Sunday Times report revealed that, for a professorship in science, women get paid an average of £5,000 less than men – the figure rising to as much as £21,000 in some institutions.
Oldham MP Debbie Abrahams explained that the care system was ‘close to collapse’ in a scathing assessment of current practices.
‘Toxic’ house price problem puts dream of owning own home in Greater Manchester ‘out of reach’ for most
House prices have sky rocketed in Oldham, Tameside and Bury, taking them from ‘easily affordable’ to ‘out of reach’ for buyers, according to a Trade Union Congress report.
While the government claimed the crisis was over thanks to a ‘recovering economy’, the union claim North West workers are not out of the woods just yet.
Bob who? North West builders are all called Andy, earn £25K and like chocolate digestives, claims survey
MM found Manchester builders do not match the stats, most getting paid less… though many know a builder called Andy
Rooney, Ferdinand, Carrick, Young and Milner in Top 10
It’s all about the money, money, money: Manchester City top table of Premier League clubs splashing the cash
Wages soar 9% across Premier League
Premier League also announce plans to restrict spending