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Employment News Stories

All the latest news from the world of employment.

Graduate Pay to Increase?

It has been estimated that Graduates’ pay will increase by roughly 4% this year. The Association of Graduate Recruiters has suggested these figures although they revealed they believe the number of job vacancies will decrease. The previous starting wage for graduates was predicted at £25,…

Gap in the UK Getting Bigger?

A recent report has suggested that the economic gap is getting bigger between some cities in the UK. The report detailed some areas that are claiming high levels of jobseekers allowance and some that are not. Hull and Cambridge figures have dramatically changed within the…

Inflation Rate Drops

According to the Office for National Statistics the UK inflation rate fell to 4.2% in December. In November it was at 4.8% and the drop is apparently largely due to the drop in prices by the highstreet in a bid to get people shopping during…

Unilever Strikes

It has been reported that employees of Unilever will be setting up 24 hour strikes throughout January. The strikes will be in a protest over pensions and the company’s proposal to cut the final salary scheme. This January will see leaders of the relevant unions…

New Unfair Dismissal Plans?

It looks like the rules of unfair dismissal could change in small companies across the UK. Ministers have been discussing whether companies with 10 or less staff can fire an employee and pay compensation without the risk of a tribunal. Apparently the talks are in…

Incomes to Decrease

Household incomes are expected to fall by 7.4% in three years. Following George Osborne’s Autumn statement the Independent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) believe that the average income will not rise. The average household salary in 2016 and is expected to be no higher than…