This week we're looking at the details of gender pay gap reporting, which comes in from this April and applies to employers with over 250 employees. And also hear about the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case involving a nurse that was sacked because her employer (NHS trust) could not discover her true identity.
Today on the agenda, Juliette Foster and Russell Quirk of Emoov discussed Britain's "stagnant" housing market showing the number of properties for sale hitting new record lows. Plus they look into vinyl music is enjoying a major revival as music buffs shun digital downloads and dust off their old-fashioned turntables instead. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Its been a bad week for the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson after his failure to have further sanctions imposed on Russia - was he out of his depth? How will Johnson's failure reflect on Theresa May? She appointed him into a job that some claim he wasn't capable of carrying out. To answer more on this, Juliette Foster spoke to Josh Lowe of Newsweek.
Joining Juliette Foster to discuss the latest market headlines was Nigel Cassidy, starting with Imperial Leather soap firm PZ Cussons and Hays - the leading British company providing recruitment and human resources services - announcing their results. Plus Nigel touches on the latest RICS Residential Market Survey this morning, revealing what the survey found.
Moneywise product researcher Adam Williams and web manager Gary Adams join Juliette in the studio. They look at how to keep down the rising costs of train travel and the best methods of budgeting to get your finances in order.
UK high streets are expected to be busy this Easter weekend, with forecasters predicting an increase in the number of people going out to spend money on food and drink. Figures from retail analyst Springboard predict an 8.8% increase in footfall, a reversal of last year's decline.
To find out what's driving consumer spending Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to Diane Wehrle, marketing and insights director at Springboard.
This week on the Entrepreneur Show Juliette Foster meets Paul Lindley - founder of the children’s food brand "Ella’s Kitchen", named after his daughter, and the toddler toiletries brand "Paddy’s Bathroom", named after his son.
This week Juliette is joined by personal finance writer Sam McFaul. They look at cuts to the Power of Attorney fee and income boosting apps, and have a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
This new tax year will see the Isa allowance rise to £20,000 a year. But for many people the savings products often prove too confusing. Worrying numbers also aren't aware of the allowance increase and how best to use it. Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to the founder of SavvyWoman.co.uk, Sarah Pennells.
Today on the agenda, Juliette Foster and personal finance expert Martyn James discussed British shoppers bearing the brunt of rising prices as supermarkets quietly pass on Brexit-related costs to consumers. Plus they look into HSBC says it's planning to become a more "dementia-friendly" bank. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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