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With an estimated one in eight workers living in poverty and many employees feeling the squeeze of below-inflation pay awards, how can HR support them to make the best of their money, asks Steve Herbert?
All listed companies will have to publish the pay ratio between bosses and workers, under new corporate governance reforms being announced today.
As the Government announces four new returnship programmes for the public sector and launches a consultation on how to support people to return to work, Minister for Women Anne Milton explains why it's crucial to build schemes like this to tackle the gender pay gap.
The Government has launched a consultation into improving corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, strengthening shareholder influence and employee representation at board level, and raising minimum standards and reporting for large privately-held businesses.
As we move into the quiet part of the pay bargaining year, pay awards remain at the level seen throughout 2017.
The table summarises the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
XpertHR research into maternity pay arrangements finds a wide variety of approaches among employers paying above the statutory provisions. It also examines how organisations are enhancing paternity leave and pay.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has published details of its gender pay gap, showing that on average its female employees are paid more than men.
These tables summarise pay awards in the paper and printing sector monitored by the XpertHR pay databank.
Pay data tools, analysis and guidance for HR and reward professionals.