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Abundance and the polarisation of wealth

When you stop and think about it, society, civilisation, the growth of human kind, has only been possible because of abundance and that each person, save a few less fortunate who we are perfectly capable of supporting, is capable of producing a great deal more that we individually need to live on. 1,212 more words


It’s time to cast a light in the dark corners of subcontracting

I’m Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, and this is where I examine the issues affecting the security industry. My thoughts and opinions are intended to generate debate, and whether you agree or disagree with them, you’re welcome to post your comments below. 853 more words

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Employment Law Updates

Any changes to employment legislation come out twice a year – April and October. Keep checking back to the blog to keep a-breast of any changes that may affect you! 197 more words

Employment Law

Increase in NMW rates

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) is a minimum amount per hour that most workers in the UK are entitled to be paid. NMW rates increases come into effect on 1 October 2016. 243 more words


Named and Shamed: The Importance of the Minimum Wage

With last Saturday marking the beginning of the new National Minimum Wage, it has never been so important for employers to ensure they are paying their employees the correct wages. 158 more words


New National Minimum Wage rates set to come into effect

New National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates are set to come into force on 1 October.

Rates will increase by between 3% and 4.7% for individuals under the age of 25 and apprentices. 126 more words

National Minimum Wage Rise from 1 October 2016

Ok, so this is getting confusing. The National Minimum Wage (NMW) now runs alongside the National Living Wage (NLW).

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates rise from 1 October 2016 whereas we don’t expect an increase in the National Living Wage until April 2017. 131 more words