The centrepiece to George Osborne’s latest budget was his solution to Britain’s low pay problem, a progressive increase to a national living wage of £9ph by 2020. This begins with a rise in minimum wage to £7.20 in April of 2016, news that a lot of recruitment consultants may regard with trepidation as they consider all the records on their recruitment database that need to be updated.
A time was when recruiters would be stuck in the office over the weekend to frantically update the rates attached to all of their jobs and contracts. Fortunately, users of MatchMaker recruitment software will have no such worry as they can take advantage of our Batch Change Rates feature to update all of them in one go. Read more