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Advertised salaries in the human resources sector rose faster than the national average last year, according to new data from Reed Human Resources.
BP shareholders’ meeting today is expected to be a rocky affair with some investors expected to attempt to block chief executive Bob Dudley’s 20 percent pay rise.
The fact that London tends to be a rip-off is well know. It tends to be an enjoyable rip-off, but it is a rip-off all the same. The argument goes that despite the eye-watering costs for, well, everything, the higher wages on offer in the capital more than makes up it. This is of course false, a new study has found that London is far from being the best place in the nation for disposable income.
New research from recruitment firm Robert Half UK shows that more than half of UK employees plan to ask for a salary increase this year.
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.
When comparing average salaries of non-executive directors, men expect a 51 percent higher salary than women in the same position, a new study has found.
SalaryBot.co.uk has launched SalaryBot Jobs, the first major job search platform in the UK that advertises take home pay, after tax and national insurance deductions. The new iPhone app, available as of today on the app store, has joined the recently launched website and Android app. The online utility had previously run a survey and…
Candidates are taking back the job market, with two thirds (67%) of HR directors more willing to negotiate salaries to attract the top talent than they were 12 months ago, according to Robert Half UK.
70 more employees have been named and shamed for failing to pay their staff fairly.
Analysis reveals ‘happy outliers’ – occupations that earn significantly less than others yet report being happier