HM Revenue and Customs has secured back pay for more than 200,000 workers who did not receive the minimum wage, according to the latest figures.
XpertHR is collecting data for its annual survey of employee benefits and allowances. Participants will receive a special rate for access to the full data through XpertHR Salary surveys.
XpertHR's analysis of the latest pay awards for early 2018 reveals that the increase in levels seen last month is being maintained and that many employers are optimistic about the year ahead.
The table below summarises the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
Employee wellbeing benefits don't require large budgets - listening to what employees want and getting regular feedback on existing benefits packages will go a long way towards fostering a healthy and happy workforce, explains Marianna Roach.
Organisations that use self-employed labour should pay a tax that would help fund a pension auto-enrolment scheme for freelance workers, a think tank has suggested.
Healthcare is moving from reactive to preventative as new technology allows for speedier diagnoses than ever before. This is good news for employers and employees, writes David Bourne.
Final salary pensions are now a rarity, with most employers opting for defined contribution schemes where the employee takes all the risk of poor stock market performance. But there may be another way. Stephanie Hawthorne investigates.
Our analysis of XpertHR Salary survey data shows which job roles are receiving bonuses, and the value of the payments made.
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