Losing your job is always difficult but being prepared can soften the blow. Moneywise offer a step-by-step guide to dealing with redundancy.
Now the economy is picking up companies are feeling more confident. So if you've got the nerve, this could be a good time to negotiate a pay rise.
Your human resources manager is there to help you at work, but remember who pays their wages.
Rises in the cost of childcare are outstripping growth in wages and inflation, leaving lots of mums with a dilemma as to whether it pays to return to work.
For some, dole is a dirty word while for those who have fallen on hard times through redundancy or unemployment during the recession, it could be benefits that keep a roof over their heads. But...
Sarah Coles investigates why women are still earning less than men - and asks why aren't we allowed to discuss wages with our colleagues?
Juggling work and childcare can be a nightmare, but flexible working can help parents enjoy a career and children.
Adjusting how you're paid could enhance your salary - if your employer is flexible.
Billions of pounds worth of benefits are left unclaimed each year, by pensioners in particular. You don’t have to be down and out to be able to claim some of the benefits available - here’s how...
Do you feel you're taken advantage of or treated unfairly at work? Before doing anything rash, you need to know where you stand legally. Here Moneywise sums up your rights.
Redundancy is never good news but it doesn't have to result in financial ruin. Moneywise TV shows you how to negotiate a better deal from your employer.
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