Substantial wage rises are unlikely over the next 12 months as the majority of employers report they are having little problem hiring the staff they need, according to the latest CIPD Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey.
Students will be able to see predictions of how much they will earn after completing a course at a particular university.
Junior doctors have marched through London in protest at planned changes to their contracts. It is the latest show of organised anger from the union, which is set to ballot on strike action soon.
Cleaners at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London who complained to foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, about their low levels of pay, are being disciplined by their employers.
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.
The UK economy continues to grow, new figures have shown with a record number of people working and the amount being paid in salary also on the rise. However the outlook is not all rosy, there was a rise in the number of people claiming job seeker allowance, although the overall number of those out of work fell.
The green shoots of economic recovery may now be growing into healthy saplings, but many workers are still struggling to feel the economic recovery in their personal finances.
As the busy shopping season approaches, trendy high street fashion chain Urban Outfitters is obviously looking to pull out all the stops when it comes to customer service. So, to stay on top of this year’s rush the company is asking its employees to work for free, at weekends.
Workers under 25 are ‘not productive’ enough to deserve the new living wage, Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock has said. The living wage rise to £9 for over 25s by 2020 is one of the key planks of Chancellor George Osborne’s economic strategy.
Average household incomes have finally returned to pre-recession levels, but some age groups are still earning less than they did before the crisis.
Just 35 percent of workers know what their colleagues earn. Could greater transparency equalise pay gaps?
The shift in employment from higher to lower paying industries, combined with rising levels of under-employment have helped push earnings growth to a record low, according to a new report published by the TUC. The TUC-commissioned report examines why average weekly earnings growth – a measure of pay growth published every month by the Office…
Record low pay and rising insecure employment are blighting economic recovery, despite the apparent fall in unemployment, Unite, the country’s largest union, said. Unite repeated its call for Britain’s workers to receive a pay rise to generate economic activity, make workers and their families more secure and to lift thousands out of reliance on benefits…
The CIPD has today released its quarterly Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey report of 1,000 employers, revealing that wage growth is expected to remain weak even though output is growing strongly and the jobs market is buoyant. The professional body for HR and people development is arguing that only a concerted focus from employers and…
Average salary growth doubled in June, suggesting the labour market recovery is picking up speed, according to the latest UK Job Market Report from Adzuna.co.uk. Advertised salaries rose to £32,933 in June 2014, growing 1.7% between May and June – more than double the rate of growth witnessed between April and May (0.6%). It was the…