One thing which really bothers me are scandalmongers who look to do nothing but cause trouble. I call them busybodies, and the trade unions calling for strikes across the board over the 2013 1% pay cap are the personification of busybodies.
Deep down , many women fear they are not worth more. That, in truth, they're a fraud. They'll be found out. They don't really know what they're talking about. They are not...they won't...and they do. Every one of us has a unique bundle of experience to bring to our roles, and we need to learn its value.
The prime minister recently declared that Britain needs a pay rise. We completely agree... (By Andrea Mann and David Beresford
If we are then what are the benefits for us as a people of this Superpower? We are told that we benefit from trade deals here and there. But what is the reality? Are we as a population kidding ourselves that we are still a world power? Or is it more of an egotistical and superior belief that we are better than others who are not 'world powers'?
George Osborne's economic management has been awkwardly undermined as new figures show Britons' wages have continued to fall
The pay of company directors has increased almost twice as fast as for workers and by even more compared with pre-tax profits
Protesters have gathered outside the Department for Work and Pensions demanding the sacking of welfare minister Lord Freud
The average director of a top company is now paid 85 times as much as the average member of their staff, according to a new
Even when you feel nothing could be more well-deserved, asking your boss for a pay rise is a daunting task. Before you take
Workers should consider ploughing their pay rises into their pension savings as the government estimates that nearly 12 million