Earnings-on-demand platform Hastee is waiving its fees to help crucial workers access their wages before payday.
The UK’s gig economy has more than doubled in size to 4.7 million people in the past three years. What are the reasons behind this massive growth?
Cash is no longer king in consumer life. Cards offer users more flexibility, but are they empowering? Whatever method is used, businesses must remember that it’s the payment that matters most.
A few years ago at Pimlico we were forced to look hard at our pay structure. We found a few anomalies in the system. Other bosses should similarly take a look at what they offer staff – and what they make in turn.
To close its gender pay gap, the BBC has decreased the wages of some its highest earning employees. SME bosses need to err on the side of caution if they want to do the same.
A repeat of March’s strong set of labour statistics was going to be a long shot, some exclaimed. Yet despite weak GDP figures, this is exactly what happened in April.
Payroll is just one of those business processes that has to take place, but it’s not much fun. How can you increase payroll efficiency to allow more time for business growth and strategy?
The CIPD and High Pay Centre have dubbed 4th January Fat Cat Day. According to the pair’s combined analysis, it indicates the amount of time it takes for the average FTSE 100 CEO to earn an employee’s yearly wage.
Many will still be celebrating the end of 2017, a year filled with tumultuous and confusing economic statistics. But for all the uncertainty and changes that came about, we enter 2018 more stable than we’d like to think.
Charlie Mullins takes a dive into the current productivity puzzle Britain is trying to solve, touching on training, wages and the new snowflake generation.
The day in which women stop being paid – ironically termed Equal Pay Day – is just around the corner. It will undoubtedly flag ways in which employers can drive progress, but the key role corporate culture can play cannot be ignored.
UK employees were willing to leave their roles for a ten per cent pay rise, compared to a European average of 12 per cent.