UK Amazon Staff Plan Black Friday Protests

Amazon factory humans allied with the GMB union are staging a series of protests on the retailer's biggest day of the year, with packaging staff set to stage a walkout on Black Friday, the holiest of all days in the internet shopping calendar. Read More >>

Kind and Caring New Uber UK Offers Drivers Sick and Maternity Pay

Uber has made a massive concession in its contractual world, coming up with a plan to offer its drivers sick pay and maternity pay — funded by an insurance policy that's paid for using the commissions it takes on each trip. Read More >>

Parents Start Gender Pay Gap Early By Paying Boys More For Doing Little Jobs

Little girls are being told their efforts are worth less than those of boys before they've even entered the workplace and been told what to wear by a man, as gender pay disparity appears to begin at home; where little boys are routinely paid more than little girls by parents for doing household chores and behaving themselves. Read More >>

Wagamama Outed as Top Minimum Wage Dodger

High street bucket-o'-noodles specialist Wagamama has been shamed by the government, which has put it at the top of the league table when it comes to not paying its staff the legal minimum wage. Read More >>

Elon Musk’s Salary Hinges on Adding a Bonkers £37 Billion to Tesla’s Worth Over and Over Again

On Tuesday Elon Musk announced he will stay on as the CEO of Tesla for ten years in an unusual situation that requires him to hit some lofty targets if he wants to get paid. Read More >>

12,000 Argos Workers Due a Minimum Wage Payout

Something good is about to happen to people who work for Argos for a change, as the retailer has been outed as the UK's worst staff under-payer -- meaning around 12,000 of its employees are about to get a share of the payback kitty. Read More >>

BBC Pay Data Shows One Graham Norton = Four Clare Baldings

Today's the day the BBC reveals the salaries of its top talent, with the broadcaster and its presenting stars preparing to be shamed by the amount its top stars receive. Read More >>

NHS Nurses Line up Ballot to Push for Future Strikes

The Royal College of Nursing is taking its members into new territory with the threat of strike action in the future, with a vote on the possibility of strikes winning a large majority. Read More >>

London Living Wage Upped to £9.40 an Hour — For Those With Employers in the Scheme

London's mayor has announced a rise in what's called the London Living Wage, suggesting that any companies that have signed up to the scheme pay their staff £9.40 an hour so they may perhaps, one day, afford to buy part of the equity in a converted garage in Orpington. Read More >>

Meet The Apple Executive That Made Eight Times More Than Tim Cook Last Year

Angela Ahrendts, Apple's head of retail who parachuted in from fashion brand Burberry, is its most minted employee, taking home a staggering $73.3m last year thanks to a huge golden hello that included shares, money, more money and here, have some more money. Read More >>

Cameron May Raise Tax Allowance to £10,500 So You Like Him More

"What a horrible man," people say, unless he hands us all a nice tax break, in which case have all of our votes, Dave. That's how David Cameron thinks you think anyway, with the PM and chum George Osborne said to be planning to announce a significant rise in the basic tax allowance so we forget about the bad things and vote him in again. Read More >>

The Queen’s Cleaner Only Barely Makes Minimum Wage

The UK's monarchy is advertising for a new travelling cleaner, although with a starting salary of just £14,400 for a 40-hour week you'd be better off down your local ASDA or staying at home pretending to be unemployable. Read More >>

Google Employees Take to Quora to Slag the Company Off

A mass of former and current Google employees are currently talking about the best and (mostly) worst things about working for the company, revealing that because it's such a popular workplace the smartest of tech graduates will do anything to work there. This generation's Alan Turings are kept busy checking YouTube policy violations. Read More >>

New YouTube App Code Shows Pay-To-View Is on the Way

Remember those rumours that YouTube was working on rolling out some paid subscription channels? According to Android Police, code in the recently updated YouTube app shows that Pay-To-View is in the works. It's just a matter of when. Read More >>

Facebook Is Testing a Pay-For-Promotion System Everyone Can Use

If you don't feel people pay enough attention to your Facebook status updates, here's some news you've been waiting for. Facebook is reportedly testing a scheme which will allow any user — not just businesses — to promote their status, in exchange for cold, hard cash. Read More >>