Updated to take account of NHS Improvement's revised guidance in relation to the treatment of locum, agency and bank staff under the reforms to the intermediaries rules (IR35).
Private-sector organisations have predicted their pay awards. In this podcast we look at the median basic pay increase employers are expecting to award employees in the year 2017/18.
April 2017 sees another set of changes to immigration rules, including the Immigration Skills Charge and changes to minimum salary thresholds. Kerry Garcia and Kate Fellows-Tully explain the key points to look out for.
A year on from its introduction, our research investigates how employers have adapted to the introduction of the national living wage and how they are planning for the increases that are expected over the next four years.
Despite a pick-up in economic growth, pay award levels remain static. XpertHR's survey of pay forecasts reveals the expected value of pay awards for the coming year and the upwards and downwards influences on these.
At the turn of the year, pay awards have stabilised at the level seen as the norm over the past few years, and employers are predicting no change to this pattern over the coming 12 months.
We summarise the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
The run-up to April is typically a busy time of year for HR professionals, with new employment legislation due to come into force. 2017 is no exception, with the most significant development being the introduction of the gender pay gap reporting duty for larger employers. However, there are a number of other key changes affecting all employers, regardless of their size.
A breakdown by sector of all pay awards covered by XpertHR pay award articles.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay levels and awards.