There are workers up and down the country grappling with the rising cost of living, amid souring energy bills and inflation rates. This learning hub pulls together the latest news, features and comments on the topic, providing HR with top tips on how it can help its people.
Vacancies in the UK have continued to fall while pay growth has slowed slightly, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Employees will spend £167 million on workplace Secret Santa gifts this year, but £60 million of this will be wasted on unwanted items, according to finance network UK Money Bloggers and review website...
The Living Wage Foundation’s 'real living wage' has risen to £12 an hour across the UK, a £1.10 increase.
Despite inflation easing, 60% of low-paid workers have used food banks since September 2022, according to the Living Wage Foundation.
As HR professionals, you’re probably familiar with the common issue of recruiting people on salaries that are higher than your internal pay ranges. It’s a huge cause of much of the inequity we see in...
UK employees missed work for an average of 7.8 days over the past year, the highest level in over a decade, according to new research.
Nuffield Health’s 2023 Healthier Nation Index revealed 59% of individuals think the cost of living or a change in personal finances had negatively affected their mental health over the past year.
Nearly a third (30%) of UK homeowners are picking up extra work to boost their savings ahead of their mortgage repayments increasing, according to new research.
FTSE 100 CEO pay increased by 16% between 2021 and 2022, according to research from thinktank the High Pay Centre.
Prime minister Rishi Sunak said pay rises should be “sustainable” and come only as rewards for productivity, following data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which showed a record pay...
Only 3% of senior HR professionals worry about money every day, compared to almost a quarter (22%) of UK employees, according to financial wellbeing service Bippit.