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XpertHR spent the past two days at the informative CIPD Reward Conference, catching-up on all the latest developments in the reward field and listening to speakers share their experience of reward challenges such as how to reward in a time of austerity, how to link reward to the business strategy and how to ensure that linking pay to performance works.
With so much to take from the two days, we thought it would be useful to provide some additional resources around the themes covered on the two days. So here is a quick run-through of the sessions covered, and further reading on XpertHR.
XpertHR is a relatively new name in salary surveys, but there is actually a much longer history behind what we do.
As we sometimes get asked about our background in this area, I thought it might be useful to share a little of the history of XpertHR Salary Surveys and its predecessors.
We published our annual salary survey of financial staff today, and I'm delighted to say that this year's survey is larger than ever, drawing on data for 9,154 employees submitted by 135 organisations.
The headline findings of the survey present a somewhat mixed picture. Although basic pay rises fell again - from 2.9% in 2009 to 2.2% in 2010 - bonuses have staged a recovery, taking increases in pay and bonus from 1.3% in 2009 to 3.6% this year.