Editor's message: The impact of low pay awards in the public sector is shown in the data for pay settlements in the three months to June 2016. Pay trends July 2016: pay settlements stay low has all the latest analysis of pay settlement trends, and we also report the details of the latest pay awards monitored by XpertHR.
XpertHR collects the details of around 1,600 pay awards every year, and our round-up of pay awards in the year to the end of August 2015 demonstrates just how stable the pay setting environment is at present. We also regularly survey employers about their pay plans and forecasts to give subscribers an insight into what other employers are planning for the year ahead. In addition, we offer practical guidance and solutions in our How to guides.
Our data and benchmarking services also extend beyond pay to encompass all aspects of HR and employment policy and practice.
Sheila Attwood, managing editor, pay and HR practice
Our latest analysis of pay settlement trends highlights that pay awards are likely to stay low in 2016. The impact that the Brexit decision may have on the economy, and on pay awards, is also discussed.
A summary of the latest pay settlements recorded by XpertHR, including at Syngenta, Principality Building Society and the Automobile Association, and for police officers in England and Wales.
A summary of the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
XpertHR data for the three months to the end of June shows that pay settlements are subdued - and the Brexit vote means that much upwards movement is unlikely for many months ahead.
Updated to include the XpertHR pay settlement data for the three months to the end of June 2016. XpertHR will publish the next pay figures on 25 August 2016.
Updated to include information on Regulations that will align the timing of the increase in minimum pensions auto-enrolment contribution levels with the beginning of the tax year.
Updated to take account of changes that align the increase in minimum pensions auto-enrolment contribution levels with the beginning of the tax year.
New FAQs on XpertHR answer questions on the gender pay gap reporting duty.
We round up five significant employment law decisions that have been made so far, and look ahead to important judgments expected before the end of this year.
Pay data tools, analysis and guidance for HR and reward professionals.