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AUTHOR: Janet Egan
Against a background of largely gloomy economic signals, private-sector pay rises in the year ahead are expected to remain at 2.5%.
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Pay prospects for 2012/13
Comparison of forecast increases with 2011/12 awards
Chart 1: Pay settlement expectations for 2012/13, compared with 2011/12
Median pay forecast levels out at 2.5%
Pay forecasts by sector
Variations between sub-sectors
Chart 2: Expected pay awards in the 2012/13 pay round
Influences on pay awards
Business and economic factors
Key upward pressures
Key downward pressures
Balance of pay pressures
Chart 3: Key negotiating pressures for 2012/13
Influence of inflation
Reward strategies and priorities
Table 1: Pay rise forecasts by sub-sector, 2012/13
Table 2: Predicted influences on the 2012/13 pay round by broad industrial sector
Table 3: Predicted key upward and downward pressures on the 2012/13 pay round
Table 4: Reward strategies used
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