All posts tagged UK

salary

Basic pay increases for UK employees slow to 2% in Q4 2014

A quarterly analysis of UK pay awards by XpertHR, a provider of legal compliance, good practice and benchmarking information to HR professionals, has revealed that the median basic pay rise for UK employees stood at 2% in the three months to the end of […]

Continue Reading...
Employment

ONS data shows continued rise in UK employment

The UK's recognised national statistical institute the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released

London commuters

SME businesses in London most confident of growth revenue during 2015

London's small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are ahead of the rest of

UK Inflation falls below expectation

UK Consumer Prices Index growth falls to 0.5%

Lower motor fuel prices have contributed to a fall in the UK's

Tesco continue to struggle

Tesco shelves plans for new outlets and announces closure of 43 unprofitable UK stores

Despite an improvement in its Christmas sales figures, supermarket giant Tesco is

European Commission

European Central Bank under pressure as Eurozone deflates

Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union has estimated that annual inflation for the Eurozone is down to -0.2%, the Centre for Economics and Business Research ltd (CEBR) reported on

Jobs

ONS reports rise in UK employment

Employment in the UK is continuing to grow according to the UK Labour Market statistical bulletin

Cash in the bank

Top 100 UK law firms see 8.7% increase in fee income in second financial quarter

The latest quarterly legal sector survey conducted by professional services firm Deloitte LLP reveals that fee income for the top 100 UK law firms increased by 8.7% in the second

Wind turbines, off Denmark

UK government consents to Yorkshire coast wind farm project

Plans for three offshore wind farms off the coast of Yorkshire, Hornsea Project One, have been given the go ahead by the UK government, the Department

London

UK government backed London Co-Investment Fund selects Crowdcube as partner

The London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF), a new Government-backed £25m fund designed to meet the funding gap in London faced by tech start-ups, has chosen equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube

Powered by WordPress