If you’d like to thank one of your employees for doing a sterling job but are lacking the resources to offer them a pay rise, then worry not, there are many other ways you can reward them.
New research reveals who the happiest workers in the UK are most likely to be – and what it takes to improve employee morale.
While much is still being said about the BBC’s differing wages for men and women, another type of pay gap is taking centre stage. Government plans will soon see companies owned by shareholders highlight how much chief executives make in comparison to their average worker.
The difference between maternity, paternity and shared parental leave is vast, so it wouldn’t hurt to know what each one entails.
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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.
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.
According to a recent study by the Resolution Foundation, implementing the National Living Wage (NLW) will prove a greater challenge in lower-paying areas – including Scotland.
Nick Boles has outlined the “four simple steps” for businesses ahead of next year’s National Living Wage introduction, and said that the legislation will allow companies to reward staff “properly”.
The UK employment rate has been increasing since 2012 and in the last three months to January 2015, it reached a record high of 73.3 per cent. The chancellor was encouraged by the latest release of labour market statistics.
According to research from CareerBuilder UK and EMSI, aircraft pilots and flight engineers have the highest paid jobs, with an average of £44.57/hour.
Ahead of its conference this week, the Trades Union Congress has sought to draw attention to worker attitudes to pay.