With continued shortages of skilled construction workers, it should come as no surprise that the sector's pay levels have held up well over the past year with the median increase pitched above those for the economy as a whole.
Predictions that government legislation such as the "right to buy" and reduced housing rents would subsequently hit pay have come to bear, as housing associations deliver the highest proportion of pay freezes across UK sectors analysed by XpertHR.
Almost a quarter of pay settlements recorded by XpertHR are based on individual performance. Here we look in more detail at these pay awards and how organisations allocated pay increases over the 2015/2016 bargaining year.
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