More getting the living wage, 54% fewer in insecure work, more mothers able to return, better conditions, better jobs, more workplace gender equality, more employee-ownership, more educated workers, more apprenticeships, so much better than in Dickensian England – see below for the evidence. You know ‘evidence’, that stuff our Nomedia have little of.
More mothers able to return to work as Scottish Government doubles free early learning and childcare
Scottish care workers to receive Living Wage for ‘sleepover’ hours while English care workers receive only the National Minimum Wage.
Scotland ‘poised to be a world leader’ in workplace gender equality
3 500 additional new-style apprenticeships confirmed for Scotland in 2018 as Scottish Government pushes on to increase youth employment further ahead of rUK
With 1 in 4 living wage employers already in Scotland, the Scottish Government aims to make this a ‘Living Wage Nation’
Are Scotland’s employers also different – more willing to pay a decent wage?
As the number of the employed yet homeless soars in Southern England it is falling and much lower in Scotland
UK Government urged to follow Scotland’s praised lead on employee ownership – another 8% story?
As oil prices soar and exploration increases, employment in Scotland’s oil industry returns to record levels
‘Scotland’s top private firms employed more people, increased salaries and witnessed a rise in profits in 2017.’
Once again, it’s the ‘8% of the UK population but much more of something good’ meme. This time it’s 33% of employee-owned firms in the UK
Is ‘insecure work’ far less common in Scotland and falling under the SNP? Is it as much as 54% more common in England and Wales?
Scotland has more educated workers than England: JRF Excerpt 2
80 000 lowest paid workers in NHS England still on poverty wages as NHS Scotland follows Scottish Government policy to pay a living wage to all public-sector employees
That’s just the more recent stuff.