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The UK faces a surge in unemployment in the coming months

This week’s unemployment figures from the Office for National Statistics paint a gloomy picture for Britain’s young people. In the

September 18, 2020
New York City Prepares For Phase 2 Reopening Of Economy Next Week

US private payrolls increased less than expected in August, marking a major setback in the country’s economy from the coronavirus

September 2, 2020

Priti Patel’s latest statement on immigration post Brexit quietly came and went last month. While it did not give anything

August 18, 2020

Should the government pay wages to workers whose incomes have been affected by the coronavirus crisis? YES – Sam Bowman,

March 23, 2020

Could bringing back performance-based bonuses help make pay fairer? YES, says Giles Gibbons, chief executive of Good Business, an ethical

January 10, 2020
pay rise

January is one of the busiest hiring months of the year, as many people re-evaluate their career options over the

January 8, 2020
Gender pay gap: women's lifetime earnings £263,000 lower then men's

British women will earn £263,000 less than their male counterparts over their life, according to new data from the Office

October 29, 2019

Talk to graduates, new mothers, or young creatives about work today, and the one word you’re likely to hear more

October 12, 2019

YOUR star employee brings in the money, keeps the customers smiling, and boosts your online reviews. On the surface, they

September 6, 2019

The United States added 164,000 jobs last month, suggesting the economy is cooling but not as much as analysts had

August 2, 2019

The number of people in work in Britain hit a record high in the three months to February 2019, driven

April 16, 2019

London’s creative and cultural sector has boomed in recent years, but despite its success, women, members of black, Asian, and minority

March 26, 2019

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