Tom Gosling asks whether companies can ignore inequality and just get on with the business of generating wealth, or should they consider themselves as social entities in their own right?
More than eight in 10 workers have never had expense claims challenged or declined, according to research by software company webexpenses.
The TUC is calling on the Government to raise the national living wage to £10 "as quickly as possible" and to make national minimum wage rates fairer for younger workers and apprentices.
The Government is seeking views on proposals for trustees and managers of certain occupational pension schemes to provide information to scheme members about costs, charges and investments.
Living Wage employers will pay their staff at least £8.75 per hour across the UK and £10.20 in London, it was announced today.
A government scheme designed to help social care providers comply with minimum wage legislation has been described as a "suicide note".
Pay settlement levels were subdued over the past year, but is the relaxation of pay controls in the public sector likely to flow through to higher pay awards in the private sector over the next year? We look at the prospects for pay awards into 2018.
XpertHR data for the three months to the end of September shows no movement in the level of the median basic pay award.
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