Three quarters of young people feel locked-out of jobs in the UK. But despite the challenges in employment, nurturing homegrown talent could prove key in the post-Brexit economy. To find out more about the scale of the problem, Sophie Livingstone, Chief Executive at youth and social action charity, City Year UK, joined Share Radio Morning.
Brexit and Article 50 has left households worried about the pound in their pocket. Research shows almost half of households are concerned that exiting the EU will harm their disposable income. Scottish Friendly’s savings expert Calum Bennie explained.
This week the European Court of Justice ruled, it's effectively OK for an employer to ban the wearing of headscarves in the workplace
This will not be direct religious discrimination providing the employer has a dress code policy banning any display of religious belief and not just because a customer says so.
To discuss the implications of this case Georgie was joined by Kevin Charles, Director of Crossland Solicitors.
Now how important is your pension to you if you're a young worker?
Research shows that under-35 year olds are more likely to proiritise flexible working hours and holiday allowance over workplace pension contributions.
But is this a generational preference or are auto-enrolment pensions schemes not desirable enough?
Our reporter Anviksha Patel spoke to Alistair McQueen, Head of Savings and retirement at Aviva to find out more.
Alistair began by explaining Aviva's research.
The inauguration of Donald Trump is fast approaching, and Washington D.C. is transforming to accommodate the estimated 1 million attendees and protesters expected to descend on the city this week. So what’s expected from the event, and who will be boycotting as Trump is sworn in as the 45th US President?