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    Most workers unaware of zero-hour contract rights

    As plans are made for the introduction of a new law on predictable work patterns for those on zero-hours contracts, a new poll reveals workers are in the dark about their rights.

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    Our thoughts on the autumn statement

    Sebrina McCullough, head of external relations here at Money Wellness, has responded to today's autumn statement by saying there's more work to be done.

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    Autumn statement – what it means for you

    Find out how your finances will be affected by the policies announced in the autumn statement.

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    Mind the gap! Call for better flexible work options to close gender pay gap

    From today (22 November), women will effectively work the rest of the year for free due to the gender pay gap. Find out how one charity thinks we can close the gap.

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    Record wage boost for millions

    Minimum wage to rise to £11.44 from next April - the largest increase in more than a decade. Find out how it'll benefit you

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    Thousands benefit from free legal support

    Millions of pounds of free legal help has been made available by the government - are you eligible

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    Our wish list for the Autumn Statement

    With the chancellor finalising his announcement for next Wednesday, we set out the five things we'd like to be included to help households struggling with the cost of living

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    UK millennials ‘haven’t bounced back from the 2008 financial crash’

    A new report has revealed millennials in the UK are earning less than previous generations, and are falling behind their US counterparts.

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    Disability Pay Gap Day: disabled workers will effectively work the rest of the year for free due to pay gap

    The TUC has branded today Disability Pay Gap Day after it carried out analysis that revealed the pay gap between disabled and non-disabled workers means disabled workers will effectively be working the rest of the year for free.

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    Millions of UK workers wouldn’t be able to cover an unexpected £300 bill

    New research has revealed workers in insecure roles live in fear of losing their jobs and would struggle to cover unexpected expenses.

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