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  • Market-facing pay in the public sector: the role of the pay review bodies

    Date:
    11 May 2012

    This article looks at the work the independent review bodies have been asked by the Chancellor to carry out into how public-sector pay might be made more responsive to local labour markets, and examines the issues involved in moving to "market-facing" pay in the public sector. This article looks at the work the independent review bodies have been asked by the Chancellor to carry out into how public-sector pay might be made more responsive to local labour markets, and examines the issues involved in moving to "market-facing" pay in the public sector.

  • Reward strategy: what are the benefits of a global approach?

    Date:
    13 April 2012

    For businesses that have operations in more than one country, managing their global workforce can become a complex task. XpertHR talks to three experts to find out how their organisations manage reward in an international context.

  • How to harmonise terms and conditions in a unionised workplace

    Date:
    9 March 2012

    Standardising pay and conditions is never an easy task, especially where such an exercise involves several groups of workers. From a trade union perspective, we look in detail at a harmonisation process that led to a complete breakdown in industrial relations. We also review an exercise largely free from problems.

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