Call it our British sensibilities and innate politeness, but whatever it is, not discussing salaries at work can demotivate employees and make them go elsewhere.
UK salaries may be steadily rising but new statistics show they’re not enough to tempt candidates to enter certain stalling sectors.
You’re growing your UK business and you want to recruit the best talent, but there’s a possible no-deal Brexit on the horizon. Furthermore, employees can take home more tax-free pay if they move to places such as the UAE. But all is not lost, as relocating to the nearby Isle of Man means that employees can earn more, whilst employers can offer unique recruitment incentives.
Millions of households will continue to face financial pressures in 2018, with money worries among the top three causes of stress.
In light of the festive mood we sought to find out what employers should or would gift staff if money wasn’t an option.
Brits are particularly savvy when it comes to job offer negotiations, so bosses should brace for bartering, as over half of jobseekers have fought for changes to role opportunities during interview stage.
When it comes to pay gaps, gender pay has filled the headlines over recent weeks, including the large discrepancies in pay seen at organisations such as the BBC.
As a CEO who very publicly shed light on salaries at his own company, Charlie Mullins believes wage transparency is a must for any British business.
We’re addressing the gender pipeline problem by observing the Wonder Woman vs Superman debate and what it can teach us about workplace inequality.
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 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.
While San Francisco rightly attracts attention for its role in cultivating fast-growing businesses, Oakland is building a community of entrepreneurs happy to be out of the limelight.