Survey analysis

All items: Pay and benefits

  • Public-sector pay 2014/15: pay restraint continues

    Date:
    16 January 2015

    Latest XpertHR survey analysis reveals that, although public-sector pay saw a slight rise in 2014, restraint in the sector is set to continue during 2015.

  • XpertHR employee assistance programmes survey 2014

    Date:
    20 October 2014

    Employee assistance programmes continue to be popular among employers, our latest research finds, with online resources growing in importance as a feature of schemes.

  • Employers' use of competencies: XpertHR survey 2014

    Date:
    12 May 2014

    Latest research from XpertHR investigates the diverse ways in which competencies - that is, the skills, knowledge and behaviours possessed by employees - may be used to help drive high levels of organisational performance.

  • Job evaluation: 2013 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    22 November 2013

    Our latest survey investigates the different types of job evaluation schemes available and provides practical information on their use.

  • Graduate recruitment and starting salaries: XpertHR 2013 survey

    Date:
    2 October 2013

    The current outlook and starting salaries for graduates remain steady but employers are optimistic about future hiring intentions, finds the latest XpertHR research.

  • Performance-related pay awards: 2013 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    9 August 2013

    The latest XpertHR research examines the extent to which performance-related pay schemes are judged to be succeeding in practice, and looks at some of the problems encountered by organisations using this reward strategy.

  • Why do pay levels sometimes fall between surveys?

    Date:
    11 June 2013

    This is an XpertHR Salary Surveys technical note. Its aim is to answer a question commonly asked by survey participants about our methodology or the data.

  • Questions and answers: Average weekly earnings

    Date:
    5 February 2010

    From January 2010, the average earnings index was replaced by the average weekly earnings series as the Office for National Statistics' official measure of earnings growth. Here we explain how to use the statistics, and what they tell us about what is happening to pay growth.

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