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As of April 1st 2016, UK employers are legally obliged to pay staff who are over the age of 25 a minimum National Living Wage. The hourly rate was set at £7.50 for all employees aged 25 and over, a 30p increase on the previous £7.20 hourly rate. The National Minimum Wage still applies to workers who are aged 24 and under.
However, an increase in minimum wage for staff has and will continue to increase costs for companies across the UK who legally need to pay their employees…Continue
In the 12 months leading up to August 2016, 86% of Brits revealed that had taken at least one holiday, either in the UK or abroad – a significant increase on the previous year’s figures (77%), and the highest level of holidaymakers since 2011. With only 14% of Brits not taking a holiday, it is clear that those in the UK strive to spend their time away from work and education by taking a holiday.
Now that summer is officially over, for most of us, our holidays are just a distant…Continue
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), as of August 2017 there were approximately 1.44 million people in the UK who were unemployed but actively seeking or available to work. This figure was 52,000 fewer than figures up to May 2017 and over 215,000 fewer than the year previous.
There were also 8.81 million people who were unemployed and not actively seeking or available for work. However, the UK is working hard to improve its employment rate across the country – so…Continue
The catering industry continues to grow year on year, with new trends and restaurant designs influencing how the industry approaches food, and customer’s attitudes towards restaurants and the food that they eat. We have seen the rise of pop-up food venues and street food, whilst the trusty traditional restaurants still open their doors day after day, filling the demand for social dining.
The industry is in a great place, with 75% of respondents last year claiming their business has…Continue