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Editor's message: Knowing what your competitors are paying is often a starting point for any pay review exercise. There are numerous ways in which you can gather this information, from looking at salary surveys to speaking to consultants. However, you should be clear about what information you require, who you want to compare against and the advantages and disadvantages of the different information sources.
Sheila Attwood, managing editor, pay and HR practice
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