Chancellor George Osborne has today presented the Summer Budget, announcing the replacement of the National Minimum Wage with a compulsory National Living Wage and the introduction of three million new apprenticeships by 2020.
Commuters in London this week have been told to expect “considerable” disruption to service during a 24 hour strike over pay.
Over a third (39%) of owner managed businesses want the new government to provide tax breaks that will allow them to pay their employees better wages.
New business secretary Sajid Javid has today announced the introduction of tougher rules on union strike ballots.
The Liberal Democrats have promised to increase public sector pay in line with inflation if they return to government.
Starting salaries are now the highest they have been in the past six months according to a new report from REC. The report also highlights shortages in talent and skills in healthcare and teaching.
Using behavioural science to understand what really motivates employees could benefit businesses, finds new research from the CIPD.
Minimum wage will increase in October by the largest rate in real terms since 2008.
Average household incomes have finally returned to pre-recession levels, but some age groups are still earning less than they did before the crisis.
A tale of two workforces is emerging in the UK, according to the latest Labour Market Outlook from the CIPD. The report highlights an increasing pay divide between companies that can now afford to increase wages by 2 percent or more and those that are stuck in a pay freeze. The latest Labour Market Outlook…