We’re addressing the gender pipeline problem by observing the Wonder Woman vs Superman debate and what it can teach us about workplace inequality.
Firms that claim merely to connect self-employed workers to customers while setting the price for work done could be affected by the proposed changes.
The economy hasn’t gone down the drain like critics proposed it would after the referendum vote. But change is in the air, and our June 2017 economic statistics reveal the potential hurdles that lie ahead.
Although there’s a great deal of economic uncertainty doing the rounds, businesses up and down the country are increasing staff pay, so here are the ten cities with the strongest salary growth.
When you bring new recruits into a company, you fully expect them to fit in and have a positive impact on the direction and success of your business. So it usually comes as a shock when one leaves so quickly.
When it comes to seeking new jobs, it turns out that unhappy employees are most likely to begin the search for new jobs at the end of May.
Gender pay gap reporting is only one part of the puzzle, and more needs to be done to address wider issues such as gender discrimination in order to strengthen teams in the workplace.
Spring has sprung, and the ten UK cities for surging job growth this season have been revealed in a new study.
With a National Living Wage increase set to take place from April, chancellor Philip Hammond confirmed during the Spring Budget 2017 that the extra amount payable per staff member will be £500.
The National Living Wage is set to change in April 2017… or was it the National Minimum Wage? There seems to be confusion between the two, so here’s an explanation – with the Living Wage thrown in as an extra. Prepare to be bewildered.
The government has listed the ten most outrageous excuses that “unscrupulous bosses” use to avoid paying their staff the National Minimum Wage.
Fat Cat Wednesday represents the day on which FTSE 100 CEOs earned the average annual UK salary of £28,200 – and we’re only four days into the new year.