• UK digital professionals are among the cheapest and therefore the most headhunted in Europe, new research has suggested. Research published by professional services firm Willis Towers Watson revealed that digital professionals working in IT the average employer’s annual base salary cost per employee is £52,000.

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  • There are many reasons why an employee may be absent from work. Getting to the bottom of these causes may help to prevent future absences.

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  • The government has introduced a new law that is designed to end the ‘snobbery’ towards apprenticeships. Under the legislation, schools must allow access to apprenticeship providers and colleges, and place an equal emphasis on the non-academic routes that pupils can take after the age of 16.

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  • The employment market is growing increasingly more competitive for jobseekers, according to new findings. Research published by Edenred, a UK provider of reward and recognition revealed that in order to get the top talent, a growing number of firms are offering more incentives for those that work at their companies.

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  • Scottish workers are more likely to earn more than their English counterparts, according to new research. Findings published by think-tank the Resolution Foundation revealed that Scots are being paid more per hour than English people for the first time since records began.

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