The steady decline of real wages has been a controversial topic of late, but there are signs that this situation could be improving.
Britain's workers are more attracted to workplaces which offer the right culture and recognition than those offering big pay rises, a new survey suggests.
There are signs that businesses are increasingly having to compete on wages as availability of new candidates is dropping, according to research published today.
A report from the Institute of Economic Affairs has called for the abolition of the National Minimum wage for under 18s, apprentices and those under 24 who have been out of work for more than a year.
Paying employees a living wage can improve engagement and, therefore, your business's bottom line, says KPMG.
For many new companies, the biggest decision they have to make is how they price and sell their products. While the traditional approach would be to put a price on something at the start, many organisations are now opting to provide their product as a service for a monthly fee.
The living wage has risen by 25p this year to £7.45 outside of London and £8.55 inside London. There's a business case for paying it, so do you” Plus: vote in our poll.
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