Pay

Minimum wage boost won't end in-work poverty

Increases to the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage welcomed, but experts say organisations must do more to support employees on low pay

One million public sector staff earn less than the living wage

Ahead of worker rights-related Brexit amendments next week, research reveals many public sector workers are at risk of in-work poverty

Brexit has already cost workers more than a week’s wages

?The vote to leave the European Union has already cost the average worker more than a week’s wages thanks to higher prices, according to research

SME owners losing sleep over business

SME owners are sacrificing their wellbeing for the sake of their business, according to research by Opus Energy

Employees struggle to meet living costs

Research from Thomsons Online Benefits finds that employers are not providing enough support to employees with financial issues

London workers lose out on pay rises because of housing costs

High housing costs are limiting the overall income gains from regional wage variances

Apprenticeship pay too low say MPs

At the start of National Apprenticeship Week research highlights that young people are being shut out by low pay

Pay ratios ineffective in tackling inequality feel employers

Employers and policymakers should be cautious in how they approach pay ratios as they could be too simplistic

HR salaries grow faster than national average

Advertised salaries in HR grew by 2.6% since the end of 2016, outstripping national average growth of 2.3%

Staff with money worries often highly stressed

?Employees are facing high levels of stress due to deteriorating financial wellbeing, according to new research