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Male company directors are taking home £21,000 a year more than their female counterparts, according to new figures. Research by the Chartered Institute for Management found the the average pay gap between men and women aged between 60 and 60 now stood at £16,680 a year, with the figure rising to £21,084 among directors...
Labour press release Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities Gloria De Piero MP, said: "These figures reveal a depressing picture for women who want to ge...
HM Treasury press release HM Treasury Spokesperson quote: "Today's figures confirm that our economy has recovered all of the output lost in the Great Recession...
CIPD Press release North and Midlands lead way on strong recruitment intentions CIPD has today released its quarterly Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey report o...
Office for National Statistics press release * UK Trade shows the extent of import and export activity and is a key contributor to the overall economic growth in...
UKTI press release British music companies behind some of the UK’s most hotly-tipped artists are to receive Government funding to support the promotion of the nat...
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