Toxic and sexist working environment at Facebook?

Toxic and sexist working environment at Facebook? As news editor, journalist or IT technician, working at Facebook is meant to be the ultimate job. Being involved with the worlds leading social network giant surely has many perks…although based on recent reports, not as many as they would have you believe. There has been recent news […]

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Sent home for not wearing high heels

A receptionist was sent home from work for not wearing heels, it has emerged.   Temporary Receptionist, Nicola Thorp, from Hackney, was sent home by PWC, the accounting and audit firm, for not wearing shoes with a “2-4in heel”. Ms Thorp said she would have really struggled to walk around all day in heels and [...]

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Will employers try to favour under 25’s

Under 25’s ‘could be favoured by employers’ to avoid the new National Living Wage (NLW), which is the minimum hourly pay rate for workers of 25 and over. In April 2016, the government introduced the NLW which was the single greatest increase to the UK’s minimum wage ever, with a rise of 50p per hour [...]

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Small Businesses at risk of Pensions Fines

Auto-enrolment is sneaking up on employers very quickly but it’s essential that you and your business is proactive in ensuring that your business provides a suitable pension scheme for it’s employees. In recent analysis carried out by a payroll software specialist revealed that over 60,000 small business owners could face fines totalling more than £2.5m […]

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Voters being turned away from London polling stations?

Voters being turned away from London polling stations? From 7am to 10pm, people in London are able to vote for their next Mayor.   Today was the day that Londoners will arrive in their droves to vote for the man that will replace the immensely popular Boris Johnson. Well, at least that is what was [...]

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