Salaries for new roles have increased sharply over the past year, according to data from a leading UK employment website.
BT has lost an appeal to change the method it uses to calculate pension increases, which would have affected around 80,000 current and former staff.
In Awan v ICTS UK Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an implied term of the contract of employment prohibited the employer from dismissing the employee for medical capability while he was entitled to receive long-term disability benefits.
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Updated to include the proposed auto-enrolment earnings thresholds for 2019/20.
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Almost all employers say they will maintain or increase spending on employee benefits over the next two years, new research from the CIPD and Lane Clark & Pocock (LCP) reveals. But a lack of analysis means that benefits spending isn't always well directed.
Female university graduates' earnings are almost a third higher by their late twenties than the salaries of those who did not take a higher education course. And the gap is significantly larger than with male graduates at the same age.
Up to five million workers this year saw their pay rise after increases to the national living wage (NLW) were implemented.
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