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How long would it take men to earn the same salary as their footballing namesake?

It would take someone with the name ‘Joe’ the longest amount of time to earn their England namesake’s (Joe Hart) weekly wage at 4 years, 7 months, 1 week and 3 days. A regular Tom would have to work the shortest duration of time to attain the same weekly wage as their footballing counterpart (Tom Heaton) at 4 months, 2 weeks and 2 days.

Article by: Adam Taylor | Published: 4 February 2018

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Holiday pay rights for temporary workers

By the end of 2016, the Office for National Statistics reported an eight per-cent increase in the number of temporary workers in the UK, bringing the total up to 850,000. Many temporary workers don’t know that they are entitled to holiday pay, or how to calculate the amount of paid holiday they are owed.

Article by: Claire Leigh | Published: 2 February 2018

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How the living wage has impacted Scottish firms

From ‘punk' beer company BrewDog to the owners of the country's canals, Scotland's employers have been signing up to the Living Wage in their hundreds - indeed, tens of hundreds. As part of this week's Living Wage Week came the announcement of the 1000th real Living Wage employer north of the border.

Article by: www.scottishlivingwage.org | Published: 14 November 2017

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In focus – corporate governance Green paper

In our post-Brexit business world, U.K. Plc needs every competitive advantage it can find or muster. Improving corporate governance performance and behaviours - so that we have the most professional Boards and Directors in the world - should be at the forefront of any government initiative and consequent legislation. Independent Directorship expert and author Gerry Brown.

Article by: Gerry Brown | Published: 5 September 2017

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Guide to Government proposals on Corporate Governance

The Government’s proposals on executive pay are now out. A lot has appeared in the press today but some more interesting aspects have not received coverage.  For example, it has been widely reported that companies with less than 80 percent approval of pay will be entered on a public register. From Alexandra Beidas, Partner at Linklaters LLP.

Article by: Alexandra Beidas | Published: 31 August 2017

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Pay rise now? Here’s how

As many of us prepare to stride into our manager’s office for our reviews, many will be angling for that all important pay rise. Life Coach Directory member Nadia Wyatt. has put together a ten-step guide on how to tackle what can often be seen as a difficult subject. Comment from Bill Richards, UK Managing Director - Indeed.

Article by: Bill Richards | Published: 20 August 2017

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What next for CEO pay?

Remuneration is a very emotive issue. It’s one I have followed for a long time and my concerns around this have been personally shared with Lord Myners when he did his review many years ago. From Clive Hyman, Chair and Chief Executive of Hyman Capital Services and 528Advisory.

Article by: Clive Hyman | Published: 7 August 2017

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Should all firms publish salaries?

The BBC is dominating the headlines this week, not just across its own channels but nationally, with news of the salaries earned by the corporation’s highest paid employees published for the world to see. Article by Jo Sellick, managing director, Sellick Partnership.

Article by: Jo Sellick | Published: 24 July 2017

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Shares trump cash for retaining employees

Cash may no longer be king when it comes to recruiting and retaining your key employees says Genevieve Moore, a tax partner at Blick Rothenberg. Shares could sharpen the interest for longer.

Article by: Blick Rothenberg | Published: 10 July 2017

Gender pay gap reporting: five tricky issues

Yes, you’re right, there are more than five tricky issues in gender pay gap reporting; but here are a few of our top picks. From Kathleen Morrison - Professional Support Lawyer in the employment team at Brodies LLP.

Article by: Kathleen Morrison | Published: 3 February 2017