All items: Pay and benefits

  • Pay awards: 7 January 2016

    Date:
    7 January 2016

    A summary of the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.

  • National living wage survey: January 2016

    Date:
    5 January 2016

    Employers now have a clear idea of the immediate cost if not the full long-term implications of implementing the national living wage, latest XpertHR research shows.

  • Shift working survey 2015 - pay and working patterns

    Date:
    4 December 2015

    Our latest research investigates the most common shift patterns and looks at the hours, rotations and pay of shift workers.

  • Pay and grading structures survey 2015

    Date:
    20 November 2015

    The 2015 survey of pay and grading structures looks at the type of structures in use and how they are designed.

  • National living wage survey 2015

    Date:
    2 November 2015

    Employers are broadly supportive of the national living wage but do envisage some issues, finds XpertHR's latest research.

  • Review of pay awards 2015: pay bargaining calendar

    Date:
    23 October 2015

    Pay bargaining is concentrated in just two months of the year, according to our analysis of pay settlements across the year.

  • Forecasts for pay awards in 2015/2016

    Date:
    23 October 2015

    Although many employees are finally seeing real-terms growth in their pay, the XpertHR survey of pay award forecasts for 2015/2016 finds that employers in the private sector are not expecting the value of pay awards over the coming year to change from the level seen for almost three years.

  • Review of pay awards 2015: private-sector pay

    Date:
    9 October 2015

    Pay awards levels have remained subdued over the past year, although a couple of sectors stand out from the crowd after having awarded slightly higher rises than elsewhere.

  • Review of pay awards 2015: electricity, gas and water

    Date:
    9 October 2015

    There has been a noticeable slackening in the pace of wage bargaining in utilities over the past 12 months to the point that the median pay award is now the same as for the private sector as a whole. This is a situation few of the industry's employees are used to as they have often received above par increases in recent years.

  • Review of pay awards 2015: finance sector

    Date:
    9 October 2015

    Merit pay has leapt ahead of basic increases awarded in the finance sector creating a 0.5 percentage point margin between the two methods of reward.

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