Workers in the North West are being urged to take a lunch break and leave on time.
New figures show they did nearly three million pounds worth of unpaid overtime last year.
The TUC says almost half a million people here put in an average of 7.6 hours a week in unpaid overtime during 2017.
This averages £5,897 a year that each of those workers is losing out in pay.
The union is calling on bosses to move away from a long hours culture.
Lots of us are willing to put in a bit of extra time when it’s needed. But it’s a problem if it happens all the time.
The Isle of Man's Nobles Hospital needs more local doctors.
34 positions are currently vacant, 14 of which are consultant roles.
Figures were revealed in yesterday's House of Keys sitting by Jason Moorhouse, who said 24 doctors are locum and six posts are junior.
The Department of Health and Social Care Minister Kate Beecroft has previously stated that the department's overspend was largely due to paying temporary doctors.
Workers on Merseyrail are to stage a pre-Christmas strike in a long-running dispute over the role of guards.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) will walk out for 24 hours on December 22.
The union said the row could be "easily resolved" if senior Merseyside Labour politicians followed national Labour Party policy and supported their safety-critical rail staff, instead of acting as "human shields for profiteering private rail companies".
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BAE Systems is planning to cut almost 2,000 jobs in its military, maritime and intelligence services under moves to streamline its business and have a "sharper" competitive edge, the defence giant has announced.
Seven hundred and fifty of the jobs will be cut at the firm's Lancashire sites in Warton and Samlesbury where the Typhoon fighter jet is built.
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