- INDICATOR. // People Management;5/21/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p43
The article presents statistics on a variety of issues related to employment in Great Britain as of April 2009, including sick pay, national minimum wage and tribunal compensation limits.
- miscellany. // Labor Law Journal;Mar87, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p193
Presents the labor statistics in the U.S. as of March 1987. Increase in employment cost index; Slow productivity in the business and nonfarm business sector; Consumer price index for all urban consumers.
- THE NUMBERS. O'Rourke, Shelly // American Drycleaner (Crain Communications Inc. (MI));Jun2011, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p10
Statistics are presented on the economic indicators in the U.S. which include employment, consumer price index (CPI), and exports. It presents data including from Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), University of Michigan/Reuters index, and Commerce Department. It reports that the country's...
- By the Numbers. // Employee Benefit News;Jun2000, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p84
Presents statistics related to employment in the United States as of June 2000. Consumer Price Index from 1990 to 2000; Total nonfarm payroll employment from 1987-2000; Total private average hourly earnings.
- INDICATOR. // People Management;9/4/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p49
The article presents statistics related to employment, including consumer price index, unemployment rate and statutory pay.
- OCTOBER CHANGES. // Employers Law;Oct2009, p6
The article discusses changes in employment law in Great Britain as of October 2009. The Work and Families Order 2009 legislation provides an increase in the maximum weekly amount for calculating unfair dismissal and redundancy payments. The Police Act 1997 Regulations 2009 introduces a new...
- Should the minimum wage be frozen for young people? // Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;1/12/2010, p14
In this article the authors share opinions whether it is appropriate to freeze the minimum wage for young workers in order to encourage employment during recession in Great Britain. Public policy adviser Gerwyn Davies views that freezing the rate will increase job opportunities. Executive Fiona...
- Low Pay Commission recommends 3% minimum wage increase. Paterson, Jennifer // Employee Benefits;2/28/2014, p4
The article reports that the Great Britain Low Pay Commission has recommended an increase of 3 percent in minimum wage. According to the Executive summary of the Low Pay Commission 2014 report the increase could help in more number of jobs covered by the minimum wage. David Norgrove, chairman at...
- INDICATOR. // People Management;7/16/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p35
Several charts are presented that list statistics related to employment, including statutory pay, redundancy pay and national minimum wage.