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.
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The National Living Wage will increase from £7.20 to £7.50 from April next year, representing a pay rise of around £500 to a full-time worker.
A nationwide study of salaries conducted by CV-Library has revealed the best paid cities, but where exactly can the richest and poorest workers in the UK be found?
After today’s announcement that Sports Direct are going to offer casual retail staff at least 12 guaranteed hours a week, instead of zero-hour contracts, Peninsula's HR director, Alan Price, explains what employers need to know about zero-hour contracts.
The legal profession is generally considered one of the best-paying, but which firms in Britain offer lawyers the best pay packets?
If you run a business where you can't afford to pay a proper wage, then you're not running a proper business.
There was a great deal camouflaged in the latest Budget, not least by the political chaos and backbiting that has followed it.
While many leading business figures are renowned for focusing on making money first and foremost, we took a look at four employers who raised the bar in terms of looking after staff.
The June 2015 edition of the Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll found that while young and old differ in terms of reaching fulfillments in life they converge on one key point: it is harder for young people today to get started in business. This echoes the situation that Britain has found itself in as well.
Some 89 per cent of employees in the seven countries surveyed by Glassdoor believe the gender pay gap is a thing of mysteries – it doesn't it.