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The Changing Nature Of Work
In what has been a rather lacklustre economic recovery one standout success for the UK has been job creation.
UK
4 Jul 2017
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Twelve News Stories For Christmas
Here is a selection of the "and finally" news stories from the Monday Briefing in 2015.
UK
30 Dec 2015
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Britain's Job-Rich Recovery
One of the impressive features of the UK's economic recovery from the financial crisis has been its success in creating jobs.
UK
27 Nov 2015
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Technology And People: The Great Job-Creating Machine
In a world of driverless cars, self-service checkouts and online banking, will there be any jobs left for humans?
UK
28 Aug 2015
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The End Of Cheap Labour
Unlike previous British recessions, the Global Financial Crisis squeezed wages rather than jobs.
UK
28 Jul 2015
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Getting People Into Work
Labour is a nation's greatest resource. Getting more people into work increases the pace of growth and raises living standards.
UK
17 Jun 2015
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Increasing Focus On Low Wages
Dan Price, CEO of Seattle-based payment processing company Gravity Payments, last week announced that he was taking a 90% pay cut to raise the minimum wage of his employees to $70,000 a year.
UK
22 Apr 2015
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An End To The Squeeze On UK Wages
For many in the UK the Global Financial Crisis made itself felt through a severe squeeze in the real, or after-inflation, value of earnings.
UK
1 Apr 2015
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The Monday Briefing - The Global Economy Is (Still) Recovering
Financial markets started 2015 in cautious mood. Worries about deflation in Europe, weakness in emerging markets and geopolitical risk in the Middle East and Ukraine were to the fore.
Worldwide
5 Mar 2015
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Deloitte Monday Briefing: Thinking About Higher UK Interest Rates
The timing of Mark Carney's arrival at the Bank of England has proved most fortunate.
UK
28 Jan 2014
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