FTSE 350 companies asked to drive increased diversity in the workplace UK’s largest companies urged to take up McGregor-Smith Review recommendations Margot James to chair the first meeting of the new Business Diversity and Inclusion Group in the coming months Business Minister Margot James has written to the chief executives of all FTSE 350 companies
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Household incomes have risen to a record high and income inequality – the gap between the richest and poorest – remains lower than in 2010. The average household now takes home a record £481 a week, which means, on average, households are seeing an extra £300 added to their income every year, compared to 2014/15.
The latest labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics today (15 March) have revealed that the unemployment rate in Wales remains lower than the UK average, which itself is at its lowest since June to August 1975. The employment level in Wales has increased by 11,000 over the year. The statistics show: