- @CJFDillow Which table was that in? I couldn't find it. 9 hours ago
- RT @JamesManning4: Outstanding. http://t.co/BM0bO5Tbv6 10 hours ago
- RT @Frances_Coppola: Blogpost, on Lloyds Banking Group's simply appalling retail sales incentives scheme (for which they have been fined): … 10 hours ago
- @DuncanWeldon Did you expect it to be higher or lower? 16 hours ago
- RT @EdConwaySky: The @ons Annual Survey of Hours & Earnings is the ultimate account of how much Britons are paid. Read it here: http://t.co… 16 hours ago
- RT @faisalislam: The horrendous real median earnings squeeze that started in 2009: is it over? Latest ONS Ashe chart: http://t.co/fWKzjJfIZE 16 hours ago
- @yorksranter @faisalislam @Phillip_Blond Forgot about the nukes. 17 hours ago
- @faisalislam @Phillip_Blond Why is pay so high in Derby and W Cumbria? 17 hours ago
- “A liberal is someone who doesn’t know how to take his own side in an argument.” shar.es/OoO4B Great stuff from the Angry Bear. 18 hours ago
- RT @dds180: A chance to be involved with creating a sequel to an #HR bestseller? wp.me/p3wxuY-hu - great if you'd share @PeopleMgt … 21 hours ago
- RT @SurreyRoadCops: Remember as days get colder animals are attracted to the warmth of cars so check wheel arches or other hiding places ht… 21 hours ago
- RT @moorehn: If you missed it, all the people you see tweeting about the economy all the time chose their favorite graphs: http://t.co/KjNS… 1 day ago
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- Big Brother, Big Sister and control-freakery
- A Comment Award for the boy who couldn’t write
- High pay, low pay and secular stagnation
- Demographic timebomb – not as timebomby if we work a bit longer
- Acid Retirement Home
- Public service cuts: Has the government gotten away with it?
- Bugles calling for them from sad shires
Category Archives: Labour Market
Yesterday’s rise in unemployment took the total to a seventeen year high but the 128,000 rise over the last quarter hides something just as significant. Over the same period, the number of employees fell by 252,000. Much of the difference between … Continue reading
One person who won’t have been surprised by this week’s economic forecast is CIPD Chief Economist John Philpott. Last year, he predicted public sector job losses of 725,000 contradicting the Office for Budget Responsibility’s official forecast of 400,000. During a typical outbreak … Continue reading