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What’s the value of your salary sacrifice scheme?

A really great salary sacrifice scheme can deliver fantastic value for your employees and your organisation: attracting new employees, helping to retain those already in the business, improving motivation and productively levels, and enhancing employees’ lives by providing them with goods and services at a reduced cost.

Article by: | Published: 20 May 2016

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Best paying jobs in finance

It is no secret that the Finance industry is among the most lucrative and best paid. However, it is worth researching and selecting a career with caution as there is a huge pay range within the sector.

Article by: | Published: 18 May 2016

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Women lag behind on rights at work

The gender pay gap may be the narrowest it has ever been but women still lag behind their male counterparts when it comes to standing up for their rights.

Article by: | Published: 8 April 2016

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The impacts of the National Living Wage

New research by the Social Market Foundation, in partnership with Adecco Group UK & Ireland, reveals that a quarter of private sector employees will be directly affected – over double the proportion of public sector employees.

Article by: | Published: 16 February 2016

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Salaries forced up by talent shortage

Jobseekers seeking salaries 3 percent higher than last year. Advertised pay up 2.6 percent to £39,576 - the annual equivalent of £709 extra for the average UK worker. Manufacturing, Accountancy and Marketing sectors driving salary growth. Central London, Liverpool and Birmingham among best places for pay in UK. Vacancies up 9 percent year-on-year according to January’s Reed Job Index.

Article by: | Published: 8 February 2016

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Radical new changes in executive remuneration

Board pay is always in the headlines and 2016 will be no exception. The Investment Association (representing large institutional investors) has established an Executive Remuneration Working Group and is expected to publish its proposals for a radical simplification of executive pay in the spring of 2016, in time for companies to put their pay policies to shareholders in 2017.

Article by: | Published: 2 December 2015