• Nearly a third of students believe it will take them at least 12 months to get a job. That is according to a new report by Young Enterprise, which found that nearly one in three (30 per cent) 16-18 year olds expect to wait over a year to secure a job after leaving full-time education.

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  • Businesses in the UK are spending less on employee benefits than other firms across Europe, new research has found. A pan-European study undertaken by Glassdoor revealed that UK firms are more frugal when it comes to sick pay, maternity leave, unemployment benefits and annual leave.

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  • One of the major problems that many firms come up against is knowing how much their product or service is worth. As if pricing your services and planning a budget wasn't difficult enough, knowing how much to invest in the things that you provide can also be an uphill struggle. However much of this depends upon the services that you are offering.

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  • Female employees will have to wait two years before they are able to find out how their salaries compare to that of male colleagues, it has been revealed. The government has decided to delay Gender Pay Gap reporting until 2018, with the changes applying to large firms.

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  • The majority of the UK workforce are on the lookout for new jobs, according to recent findings. Research published by IIex International revealed that over half (59 per cent) of the UK workforce is actively looking for a new job this year.

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