Three in five (60 per cent) believe some of their employees don’t have sufficient long-term savings.
Advertised salaries in the human resources sector rose faster than the national average last year, according to new data from Reed Human Resources.
Many people working on Christmas Day are getting paid less now in real terms than before the financial crash, according to new research by the TUC.
Shoppers at fashion retailer Zara have found notes in their clothes from workers claiming they have not been paid for making the merchandise.
In an attempt to counter the after-effects of rising inflation, the Government has given 150,000 of the country’s low income workers a pay rise today.
UK charity workers are paid as much as 32% below other sectors nationally and up to 50% below other sectors in London according to an annual salary survey carried out by Croner and NCVO.
Graduates feel embarrassed about their level of income.
Prospect members working at the Met Office have voted to accept a deal negotiated to end the gender pay gap for staff working at the Met Office.
Research looking into pay and whether UK employees feel their pay is fair and how many employees would actually take a pay cut for their dream job.
Asking for family-friendly working patterns leads to them getting fewer hours, worse shifts and in some cases losing their jobs, according to a TUC survey.
The median pay for chief executives of FTSE 100 companies has fallen by almost 20 per cent over the past year, according to accountancy firm Deloitte.
The publication of the BBC’s salary list has caused many people to question the rights and wrongs of paying high salaries to those who work at the corporation.
Auto-enrolment will be mandatory for all British businesses by 2018, where business owners will have to contribute to all of their employee’s pensions unless they opt out.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in its fight with Rangers over the club’s use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs).
New International Labour Organisation report shows closing gender gaps at work by 25 per cent by 2025 could add US$ 5.8 trillion to the global economy and boost tax revenue.