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The squeeze on British worker wages has been the tightest since the middle of the nineteenth century – British workers have a right to be angry.
New research has found that the highest paid director in Britain, Simon Peckham, Chief Executive of Melrose, earned as much as a worker on the living wage within the first 49 minutes of his working day.
This is 2,238 times more than a worker on the living wage of £7.65 per hour who would have to work almost a decade to match his daily …Read more
Businesses across the UK could inadvertently be risking confidential information by inappropriately disposing of sensitive information.
According to Recycle Now, the UK plough through 12.5 tonnes of paper each year; 67% of which is recycled. SMEs across the UK have been taking various steps in order to reduce their carbon footprint including using recycle waste bins.
However, many businesses do not realise that leaving confidential information in unsecure recycling bins increases the risk of …Read more
Business organisations are always looking for new ways to interact with their customers and this is producing a host of new digital career opportunities.
Finding a job to match a specific skill-set has proven to be a tough exercise throughout the UK. The skill shortage is one that has been well documented and continues to reign.
A new survey of over five-thousand UK residents aged twelve+ found that those who are within a student age bracket may not be equipped with relevant skills to act on …Read more
Britain is quickly becoming the start-up capital of the globe with record numbers of young entrepreneurs choosing to start their own businesses in the UK.
Starting a business is a desirable prospect for those who are looking for financial independence and to be their own boss in a sector that interests them.
New research has found that Britain’s post-recession entrepreneurial spirit has hit impressive highs. The number of under-35s opting to start a business has risen more than 70% …Read more
Tradespeople could be coming into contact with the potentially fatal asbestos chemical more than 100 times each year, new figures show.
According to HSE, around 20 tradespeople die every week from asbestos related diseases. The survey also illustrated common myths believed by those who are most at risk, which include: 14% believing that drinking a glass of water will protect them from contaminated dust and 25% think that opening a window is an appropriate safety measure.
Encouraging perpetual …Read more