FTSE 100 bosses unsure how to spend their money for the rest of the year

FTSE 100 bosses unsure how to spend their money for the rest of the year

  FTSE 100 bosses are unsure of how to spend their money for the rest of the year the Adam Smith Institute has revealed.   As a result of earning the average UK worker’s annual salary of £28,758 in just 32 hours, top Chief Executives face the unenviable prospect of having to endure the rest…

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10 perks to give staff instead of a salary if your company is going bankrupt

10 perks to give staff instead of a salary if your company is going bankrupt

Staff management is a sublime artform that requires both artistic endeavour and a scientific understanding of the human psyche. You need to be both a councillor and a disciplinarian rolled into one. It is therefore imperative that a good people manager rewards his or her team when they have performed well (or not so well…

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W1nners’ Club Problem Page – I refuse to give staff a payrise

W1nners’ Club Problem Page – I refuse to give staff a payrise

  Dear Darcus, I’m the owner of a fairly successful company – well, I say successful but the reality is we’re not doing anywhere near as well as we should be. The point is, my staff keep threatening to leave but I refuse to award pay rises because I don’t want anyone to earn anything…

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FTSE 100 CEOs have to work a full 160 minutes to earn the average worker salary

FTSE 100 CEOs have to work a full 160 minutes to earn the average worker salary

  FTSE 100 CEOs have expressed shock and dismay upon finding out they have to work a whole 160 minutes to earn the average worker’s salary.   The Office for National Statistics says that average annual earnings for full-time employees in the year to April 2016 was £28,000 meaning the bosses of Britain’s top stock…

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