It’s amazing how the meaning of words change. Sometimes they are adopted to mean something completely different, and in other cases they can swap from being a negative to a positive. Take hustle, for example.
On average, UK workers spend 5 hours and 41 minutes at their desks every day, sitting on the same chair, behind the same desk, week in, week out.
Everyday expenditures can become such the norm that we hardly notice what we are spending. Want to accelerate your saving? Try these simple tricks from CEO at Scottish Trust Deed, David Baddeley.
The deadline for the first gender pay gap reports has now passed, with the alleged difference in median hourly wages being 18.4 per cent.
One of the key tenets of the liberal establishment, and no doubt we shall be fed much more of this in the current election campaign, is cheap labour is essential for the smooth functioning of the UK and other advanced economies. They are oh so wrong.
Those working in the human resources sector (HR) have been found to take the highest number of sick days due to unhappiness at work, new research has found.
Christmas has undoubtedly hit everyone's pockets, so with saving up money for the next year in mind we took a look at the drastic approach a 23 year old Google employee took to retain 90 per cent of his income: sleeping in the campus parking lot.
Sandi Krakowski, founder of A Real Change International and Sandpaper Tablet, used to have an average salary of between $100,000 (£64,954) and $300,000 (£194,864) per year. That has now changed, with Krakowski giving herself just $1.
The may have had bad press but McDonald's believes zero-hours contracts can help employer and employee alike.
According to the Consumer Finance Association (CFA), “severe restrictions” on payday lending could push borrowers into taking the risk of approaching loan sharks. Its comments haven't been well received by industry leaders.
According to the latest research from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Britain's rate of income inequality has risen faster than any other rich nation.
Truity Psychometrics carried out a survey of career outcomes among Briggs Myers' 16 personality types to assess if some personality traits are more likely to result in higher earnings or better career progression.