HM Revenue and Customs identified a record £15.6m in national minimum wage underpayment in 2017/18.
A future Labour government would require all companies with 250 or more employees to give shares to their workers worth up to £500 a year each, shadow chancellor John McDonnell will confirm in a speech at the party's conference today.
Ahead of the introduction of executive pay ratio reporting regulations next year, Jason Stockwood looks at how CEO pay could be used to ensure employees receive what they deserve and help organisations hit social and environmental targets.
How competitive is your organisation's graduate starting salary for 2018/2019? New XpertHR data enables you to benchmark your organisation's graduate starting salary rates against those offered by competitors.
Updated to include information on the forthcoming Pay award forecasts.
Updated to include salary data from the June 2018 XpertHR Technology Salary Survey.
Updated to include a reference to Hampshire v The Board of the Pension Protection Fund, in which the ECJ considered the legality of the PPF compensation cap.
Updated to include a reference to the Local clinical excellence awards guidance 2018-2021 by NHS Employers and the BMA.
The Treasury has announced that it will not abolish Class 2 national insurance contributions (NICs), a policy the Conservative party had pledged in its 2015 election manifesto.
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