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Hospitality firms have increased pay by up to 14% to attract temporary workers amid staff shortages, a flexible working marketplace claims.

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Nine in 10 workers who have had Covid-19 have been left with ongoing symptoms – many of whom say these have lasted longer than a year.

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Supplied by National Rail, the tickets allow unlimited travel between two stations on any eight days in a 28-day period.

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Baroness Dido Harding, candidate to be the new chief of the NHS, has pledged to make the health service less reliant on foreign workers.

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Restaurant chain McDonald’s plans to hire 20,000 new roles in the UK and Ireland as it opens 50 new outlets.

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Some furloughed staff feel the time off work has been ‘great’, former business secretary Dame Andrea Leadsom has said.

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Average pay awards still lie below inflation at 2%, according to data from HR and reward consultancy Paydata.

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Clifford Chance and Cooley have for the first time included fertility benefits within their staff benefit packages.

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The Home Office has announced a delay in the resumption of physical right-to-work checks until 1 September.

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