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Uber has lost its appeal against a landmark gig economy ruling,
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.
Against the backdrop of record employment and ongoing Brexit negotiations, employers in London are bearish about hiring, according to new research.
Over half of health-obsessed Brits cover up symptoms from their doctors and take more sick days than the rest of the population, new figures have revealed.
For the third year running London has been named as the most expensive city to hire someone in the world. The UK capital just about edged out the nearest competition, New York, and beat other cities like Los Angeles, Sydney and Chicago by a wide margin.
Millennials are quitting London in their droves, as young people find it much too difficult to live in Britain’s pricey capital.
Londoners are in need of a massive 266 percent pay rise in order to be able to buy a home in the capital, the National Housing Federation (NHF) has claimed.
Strike action is currently causing severe disruption to the National Health Service after junior doctors began strike action earlier today. It was also announced yesterday that London will, once again, be crippled by more Tube strikes as rail unions continue to fight the proposed ‘night tube’ service
Uber will not be forced to adapt to a raft of new burdensome regulations that would have seriously damaged the firm’s ability to operate in London.
Out of nearly 2,000 respondents in a new survey conducted by loan company Provident, 19 percent admitted that they struggle financially within two weeks of getting paid and 40 percent don’t save any money on a monthly basis. With more jobs paying employees the National Minimum Wage, 35 percent of respondents said that they haven’t had a pay rise in two years or longer, despite the improving economic conditions.
London has been named as the preferred city for global professionals wanting to relocate for the the second year running, beating New York, Sydney and Dubai to the top spot.
The London Living Wage will rise to £9.40 an hour next year as the cost of living in the nation’s capital continues to spiral.
Harrow has been named as the worst place in the UK to earn a crust, with 42 percent of jobs in the town paying less than the London Living Wage.