Now we have the stats to prove what we knew all along – welfare cuts are based on stereotypes not evidence
A good barometer of what the earning potential is
The study found people working in the private sector would have to earn an extra £27,000 per year to have the same happiness levels as people working for third sector companies, such as charities or social enterprises
The deserved success of these women raises two questions that must be addressed
We all want to be liked at work — especially by our bosses. These are the people who make decisions regarding our promotions and pay raises, formally review our performances, and usually play a significant role in our overall happiness and success at work.
Some gigs, like architect or optometrist, actually pay below what you might expect
If we can increase productivity, there is a decent hope that the next generation will have a better standard of living. If not, we'll have more than an economic problem to solve
The number of women in work hit 69.2 per cent in March, the highest since comparable records began
France is set to give all workers the “right to disconnect” from work emails as the scale of “burn-out” among employees draws government concern
The temp receptionist was sent home without pay for refusing to wear heels during her shift
What's the current law? Can you be sacked for a wardrobe malfunction?
Kenny Bailey says the decision to cut his benefits was made because he can 'walk 200 yards unaided' and 'get up from his chair'
We're in a transition period where people aren't taking up badly paid roles so they're gravitating towards temp work. And it's a good thing that employers are being punished this way
From your hobbies and age to outdated fonts and annoying buzzwords – career experts offer up the most common mistakes that can cost you a job
It can be an extremely sensitive topic, and one you don't want to get wrong, but spotting the right signals is crucial if you want to stop things before they get awkward
Frédéric Desnard claims he suffered a ‘descent into hell’ over his job