Shared Parental Leave (SPL) came into effect on 15 April 2015 in the UK. It is a new legal entitlement for eligible parents of newly born and/or newly adopted children.
We thought it would be useful to draw some comparisons between minimum wage rates currently paid in some of the largest economies, worldwide.
But what are these most recent positive changes? And how do they benefit both workers and employers? These are the questions this article seeks to answer.
In this article we’ll take a look at what the changes involve and how they affect both employees and employers.
Fraud Barometer Report noted the amount of money lost through payroll fraud rose to £6.3 million during 2014, up from £1.2 million the year before.
This article is going to seek to unearth the main things that are having an influence on the changing attitudes regarding pensions and savings among the working public.
With the General Election looming, the budget was a last ditch attempt for the Tories to retain their position at Number 10. It has been reported that employment has reached its higher ever rate…
For many years it has been a problem for employees and equality and inclusion groups that women, on average, still get paid less than their male counterparts.
A new scheme, which has been anticipated by many employers, is now beginning to be rolled out across the country.
The National Minimum Wage was introduced to Britain in April 1999 and established as a way of fairly paying all of those in employment.