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UK Unemployment Rates Remain Stable at 5.6%

The jobless rate in the UK remained unchanged at 5.6 percent in the three months to June 2015 while the number of jobless claims fell by an unexpectedly sharp 4,900. Comparing April to June 2015 with a year earlier, pay for employees in Great Britain increased by 2.4% including bonuses and by 2.8% excluding bonuses. There were 31.03 million people in work, 63,000 fewer than for January to March 2015 but 354,000 more than for a year earlier. There were 22.76 million people working full-time, 3...

Author: David Edwards
Published: 20 Aug 2015

Living Wage

From April 2016 the national minimum wage will rise from £6.50 to £7.20 per hour. It will continue to rise incrementally to reach £9 an hour by 2020 at a rate to be determined by the Low Pay Commission. The Government predicts around 2.7 million low wage workers will benefit. However, the new minimum wage will only be paid to the over 25's. Younger employees will continue to be paid at the current lower minimum wage rate.

Author: David Edwards
Published: 04 Aug 2015

The UK has seen it's highest monthly level of new car sales this century

March saw 492,774 new cars registered, 6% up on the same time last year and the best monthly figure since August 1998, said the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). The UK car industry has been growing for three years in a row, helped by a strong export market. March is typically a strong month for car registrations, as it is when new number plates are released. Sales were buoyed by low interest rates and sales of new offerings such as fuel efficient cars. SMMT chief executive M...

Author: David Edwards
Published: 04 Jun 2015

October 2015 National Minimum Wage

From Thursday 1st October 2015, the adult rate of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) will rise by 20p from £6.50 to £6.70 per hour, as recommended by the low Pay Commission (LPC) in March 2015 this year. The government has rejected the LPC's recommendation for the apprentice rate. The new apprenticeship rate will be set at £3.30 and represents a rise of 57p, the largest ever increase in the NMW for apprentices. By implimenting a rate higher the LPC's recommendation, the government intends that a...

Author: David Edwards
Published: 18 May 2015

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Published: 18 May 2015

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Author: David Edwards
Published: 18 May 2015

Automotive Opportunities

Automotive job opportunities in the West Midlands We are looking for candidates who are interested in temporary and permanent roles working in the automotive sector. Roles and shifts vary, please contact one of our specialist consultants for more information.

Author: David Edwards
Published: 18 May 2015

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