Money can be particularly tight at this time of year, but one trend helping to combat this is taking on a sideline job – or “side hustle”.
Is it time to walk away from a job, relationship, or even your home? Why quitting could be the best move you make
It goes against current thinking as we encourage our children and each other to push on through, no matter what obstacles lie in our path.
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Employers no longer look at the length of service, experience and age of the applicant.
Employees from ethnic minority groups earned on average 3.8% less than their white British counterparts in 2018, new figures show.
Employment remains at an all-time high in the UK, as the rate for women hit a fresh record, new figures reveal.
The number of people securing permanent jobs in Scotland grew at the fastest rate so far this year in April, according to a new report.
Traditional lunch hour could be becoming a thing of the past with average break ‘now lasting 31 minutes’
THE average lunch break lasts just 31 minutes, with many people spending the time browsing the internet or even continuing with their work, a new study suggests.
MORE than a third of employees at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland have quit their job due to stress in their workplace, according to new research.
THE number of Scots working on "toxic" zero hours contracts has fallen to 63,000, new figures revealed.
CHIEF executives of leading UK companies are paid 133 times more than the average worker, new research for "Fat Cat Friday" reveals.
THE UK has been found to have the poorest work-life balance in Western Europe.