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A £10.50 an hour minimum wage for all over the age of 21! A nice idea but is this an attempt to outbid the Labour Party? Labour laid down a pledge earlier this year to raise the minimum rate to £10 an hour by next year, Sajid Javid is suggesting the £10.50 rate by 2024 with the lowering of the age eligible to receive it.Read more
With all the speculation and toing and froing of will or won't we get a deal, the one thing that may have slipped by is how we deal with data. Currently and certainly for the time being the flow of data within the EU is unrestricted, but what happens if that deal isn’t achieved?Read more
In a world that is of apparent fast pace and the telephone call can occur 24/7. Are employers burying their collective heads in the sand when an employee is absent with stress?Read more
International business process outsourcing and professional services company, Capita has signed up to the voluntary living wage scheme and will pay all UK based employees at least £9.00 an hour from April 2020.Read more
Consultations have been published seeking views on proposed changes to pension schemes for teachers and NHS workers. In separate findings from the Department for Education (DfE) and the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC).Read more
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