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The HR Headmistress' blog
3rd May 2016
A recent study by the TUC suggests that fathers working full time receive a 21% wage “bonus” in comparison with male employees who do not have children. The TUC suggests that the differential can be partly explained by fathers working...
Tue 3rd May 2016 | Tagged as:
15th June 2015
Sir Richard Branson was in the media in September last year for announcing he was letting his employees take as much holiday as they wanted as long as they got their job done. Employers can chose to give more than the statutory minimum of 28 days...
Mon 15th Jun 2015 | Tagged as: