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‘Jobs-rich’ but ‘pay-poor’ recovery looks likely continue - EY ITEM Club comments
Unemployment down and employment up… …but pay growth falls. read more
2015 could be best year for consumer spending since 2005 but consumers worried over General Election
Confidence in disposable income highest in over three years and 30 points higher than when the survey began in Q3 2011 - Deloitte Consumer Confidence index. read more
Best of UK Business Shortlisted for the Which? Awards 2015
The best brands from car manufacturers to supermarkets, and banks to mobile and broadband providers have been announced in the shortlist for the Which? Awards 2015 today. read more
Car Buyers Want Better Digital Experience, Most Ready to Complete Entire Process Online, Accenture Study Finds
Consumers want to see improvements in auto industry websites, while dealerships are yet to fully embrace digital technologies. read more
Entrepreneurial Spark Calls On All Parties To Support Start-Ups
Politicians challenged to sign Entrepreneurship Pledge ahead of Election that guarantees they 'walk the walk' if they win. read more
New Survey Places Salary Growth in the Procurement Profession Ahead of National Average
The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has released its latest salary guide in partnership with recruiting experts Hays Procurement. read more
Price pressure: the cost of diversification
There’s a race horse called Silviniaco Conti who looks unbeatable wherever he runs, until he runs at Cheltenham, writes Edward Haigh from Source. read more
Real Wages See Fastest Growth in Nearly Seven Years
Data released this morning by the Office for National Statistics showed that the unemployment rate in the three months to February fell to 5.6%, compared to 5.8% in the September to November period. read more
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