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Six in ten employers in favour of new National Living Wage

According to new research from Group RiSk Development GRiD), the trade body for the group risk industry, six in ten employers are in favour of implementing the new National Living Wage, which currently stands at £7.20 an hour. While the int... Continue reading

HR Advent Calendar - don't miss out

International Workplace's HRLM team have put together a festive advent calendar which can be emailed directly to your inbox for the 24 days leading up to Christmas. This advent calendar will be full of quality HR articles, discounts, sp... Continue reading

Gender Pay Gap stretches to 40% in some sectors

A week after Equal Pay Day, research has shown that women working full-time are paid less than men in 90% of sectors, with those working in financial and insurance sectors among the worst affected, research shows. Ninth November 2015 represented ... Continue reading

Managing risks in international travel: new guidance

A 2015 survey by the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) and International SOS identified travel risk management as a key issue for 70% of risk and insurance manager respondents.   FERMA has recently cooperated with pa... Continue reading

Substantial pay increases ‘unlikely’, says CIPD

Wage rises of any substantial nature are unlikely in the next 12 months as the majority of employers report they are having little problem hiring the staff they need, according to the latest CIPD Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey. The survey, wi... Continue reading

Link bonuses to appointment of senior women, says review

Bonuses of City executives should be linked to targets for the number of senior women appointed at a firm, says a government commissioned review. This review is being led by Jayne-Anne Gadhia who is the Chief Executive of Virgin Money. The propos... Continue reading

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