Tag: wages

Post-furlough redundancies below pre-pandemic

There have been fewer redundancies since the furlough scheme ended in September, according to the CIPD. Its latest Labour Market Outlook found more companies plan to hire and even more plan to raise wages in 2022.

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Comments on the introduction of the National Living Wage

On the first of April over four million UK workers will get a pay rise thanks to the introduction of the National Living Wage. Devon, Lancashire, Surrey and Essex are the counties that will see most low income workers benefit from the new £7.20 an hour rate for adults.

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Edinburgh is best for disposable income while Birmingham is worst

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.

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