- M&S pay row looms. // Cabinet Maker;7/4/2003, Issue 5345, p5
Reports that British retailer Marks & Spencer PLC is facing a dispute over plans to cut the wages of staff working evenings, weekends, and bank holidays.
- M&S pay row looms. // Commercial Motor;7/24/2003, Vol. 198 Issue 5038, p5
Reports on the problems facing Marks & Spencer in relation to the wages of its drivers. Average wages of the company's drivers.
- M&S turns to Rank for new FD. // Accountancy;Apr2005, Vol. 135 Issue 1340, p11
Announces the selection of Ian Dyson as the group finance director of Marks & Spencer effective June 2005. Reason behind the appointment of Dyson; Information on the compensation package given to Dyson; Responsibility of Dyson in the said position.
- M&S wage changes to be cited in parliament living wage debate. Robertson, Carolyn // Grocer;10/29/2016, following p23
The article discusses the possibility that retailer Marks & Spencer will be cited in a parliamentary debate over living wage that was proposed by Member of Parliament Siobhain McDonagh. Topics covered include the allegations that some employers are using the national living wage to drive down...
- THIS IS NOT JUST HR…. // People Management;1/11/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p26
This article discusses the strategies used by the human resource department of Marks and Spencer to improve job performance of its employees in Great Britain. The retailer had allowed pay rates for new staff to slip down to just above the minimum wage, morale was poor and service was variable....
- The price of Rose's hello. // Cabinet Maker;6/11/2004, Issue 5392, p5
Reports on the amount of compensation involved as a consequence of recruiting Stuart Rose as chief executive for Marks & Spencer Group PLC in Great Britain.
- M&S defends its new inclusive salary structure. // Personnel Today;5/27/2003, p3
Retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) PLC has hit back at criticisms of its new pay deal for staff, which removes the annual Christmas bonus and double-time payments for Sundays, as of July 2003. The retailer came under fire for axing the bonuses of 55,000 sales staff, after its pre-tax profits grew...
- Greenbury's for full disclosure. // Accountancy;Aug1995, Vol. 116 Issue 1224, p17
This article reports on the proposal of Richard Greenbury, chief executive officer of Marks & Spencer, regarding the remuneration of directors of companies. The proposed code requires companies to set up a remuneration committee consisting exclusively of non-executive directors. Under the code,...
- Mixed fortunes as high street recovers from the seasonal highs and lows. // Frontline Solutions;Feb2002, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p13
Reports on the Christmas sales of Marks and Spencer company. Increase on sales; Comment from the Financial Times Lex; Recovery of high street business.