Uber, the app-based taxi booking service, is facing legal action from unions over allegations its drivers are not receiving basic workers’ rights.
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IKEA, a home furnishing retailer, has announced that it will pay its staff the living wage from 1 April 2016.
Pay growth is predicted to stabilise in 2015 meaning that workers could be feeling richer with more disposable income.
New research from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) reveals that businesses who pay less than the National Minimum Wage risk huge damage to their business through loss of reputation, low productivity and high staff turnover. The survey findings come as government begins to ramp up its scheme to ‘name and shame’ employers…