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Increasing numbers of graduates are having to take on multiple unpaid internships as they strive to get their foot on the ladder in sectors such ... More
UK Spa Association chair, Charlie Thompson, has been appointed interim group spa manager for Q Hotels. In his role, Thompson will be focusing on therapist ... More
HM Revenue and Customs is to write letters to around 50 professional UK football clubs as part of efforts to ensure they pay the minimum ... More
Liverpool has become one of the first cities in the UK to launch a new Youth Contract aimed at lifting teenagers out of unemployment. Launching ... More
Arts Council England (ACE) and Creative and Cultural Skills (CCS), the industry's sector skills council, have announced the publication of a new guide on arts ... More
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has created a new group to prevent employers from underpaying staff, particularly in the hospitality industry. The Dynamic Response Team ... More
The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) has revealed that more than 80 per cent of eateries across the country are currently running at a loss, ... More
New rules which make it illegal for the operators of bars, restaurants and hotels to make up staff wages using service charges or money received ... More
At least 1.5 million workers, mainly in the hospitality industry, are still being cheated out of the national minimum wage (NMW) by rogue employers according ... More
The National Minimum Wage will rise tomorrow (1 October) from £5.52 to £5.73 an hour for those over 21. In other changes – announced by ... More
The government has announced plans today to amend regulations so that tips cannot count towards payment of the National Minimum Wage (NMW). The news, which ... More
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has increased the Living Wage for London to £7.45 per hour – nearly 35 per cent higher than the national ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
Friday the 13th proved to be a lucky day for people working in the hospitality industry, but an unlucky day for employers, as the Employment ... More
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced that the UK minimum wage will rise to £5.73 in October 2008. The rate for 18-21 year olds will ... More
Britain’s General Union (GMB) has released a report revealing that waiters, bar staff and kitchen staff are in the bottom ten of lowest paid workers ... More
The National Minimum Wage has increased today (1 October) from £5.35 to £5.52 per hour. To receive the full minimum wage, workers must be 22 ... More
Staff at Butlins and Haven Holidays have won a landmark minimum wage ruling at the Court of Appeal. HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) took enforcement ... More
The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has welcomed changes to the National Insurance Contributions (NICs) position for tips and troncs made by HM Revenue & Customs ... More
Butlins and associated companies Haven Holidays and British Holiday were reportedly found guilty of breaching the National Minimum Wage law earlier this month. The Employment ... More
The government’s announcement that it will introduce a minimum wage for 16 and 17-year olds, has caused unease among leisure industry companies. Traditionally, the leisure ... More
Wages are rising by more than ten per cent in some hotels according to a survey of members of the British Hospitality Association (BHA). The ... More
The Trade and Industry Secretary, Stephen Byers, has confirmed that the government is to increase the national minimum wage. The current minimum wage of £3.70 ... More
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