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UK workers ‘frustrated by flatlining pay’, says key economist

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People in the UK feel "frustrated and squeezed" because their pay has flatlined for a decade, the Bank of England's chief economist has said.

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UK workers ‘frustrated by flatlining pay’, says key economist

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UK workers ‘frustrated by flatlining pay’, says key economist

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Economists dispute claim that Brexit could create 400,000 jobs

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Change Britain’s claim about benefits of post-Brexit free trade deals are based on ‘entirely fictional statistics’, one expert says

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Finland trials basic income for unemployed

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Finland is to pay unemployed citizens a basic monthly income of €560 in a unique social experiment that is hoped to cut red tape, reduce poverty and boost employment.

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Think tank forecasts ‘anaemic’ growth in UK economy after Brexit

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The UK economy should brace itself for a "severe loss of momentum" following Britain's decision to exit the European Union, a think thank has said.

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US economy adds 211,000 jobs in November

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US jobs growth remained solid in November as the economy added 211,000 jobs, slightly above expectations.

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It’s not what we earn that really matters, but what we spend

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Why is a haircut so much cheaper in China, but an iPad costs roughly the same?

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Less pay, more work, no pension: the 21st-century woman’s lot laid bare

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Report from UN Women claims poor policies and discriminatory attitudes are failing women worldwide and calls for rethink of global economic policy.

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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The price of everything, the value of nothing

Shared from on 29 March 2015

Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]

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