All items: Pay rates

  • Public-sector pay review bodies 2016: government policy keeps most awards at 1%

    7 June 2016

    Most of the staff groups covered by the pay review bodies received increases in line with government public-sector pay policy, and there is little sign of an appetite for targeting pay awards within the 1% limit despite the Government's expectation of this.

  • Public-sector pay review bodies 2015: further divergence in approach to NHS pay

    22 May 2015

    Although many of the staff groups under the remit of the public-sector pay review bodies have received a pay award in 2015/16, for salaried staff in the NHS in England, Wales and Northern Ireland the review bodies played no part in the decision.

  • Graduate recruitment and starting salaries: XpertHR 2013 survey

    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.

  • Graduate starting salaries: 2012 XpertHR survey

    17 December 2012

    Our 23rd annual survey of starting salaries for graduates finds that they have been frozen for the fourth consecutive year. Our research also shows that starting salaries for the graduate class of 2012 will stand at a median of £23,500, with those graduates taking up jobs in the legal profession once again enjoying the highest salaries.

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