Survey analysis

All items: Sector add-ons

  • Public-sector pay 2017: Public safety

    Date:
    8 February 2018

    The announcement of the pay awards for prison officers and police officers in England and Wales heralded an easing of the Government's public-sector pay restraint, but most employee groups in the public safety sector received increases in line with the policy of pay awards averaging 1% in 2017.

  • Public-sector pay 2017: Local government

    Date:
    8 February 2018

    We analyse pay deals covering local authority employees for the period 2017-2018.

  • Pay awards: Public safety

    Date:
    14 September 2017

    These tables summarise pay awards in the public safety sector monitored by the XpertHR pay databank.

  • Pay awards: Finance

    Date:
    20 August 2017

    These tables summarise pay awards in the finance sector monitored by the XpertHR pay databank.

  • Pay awards: Local government

    Date:
    20 August 2017

    These tables summarise pay awards in the local government sector monitored by the XpertHR pay databank.

  • Pay awards: Public health

    Date:
    25 June 2017

    These tables summarise pay awards in the public health sector monitored by the XpertHR pay databank.

  • Public-sector pay 2017: Public health

    Date:
    25 May 2017

    The NHS Pay Review Body and the Review Body on Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration have made recommendations on pay increases that follow public-sector pay policy, but they both questioned the sustainability of ongoing pay restraint in the NHS.

  • Public-sector pay 2016/2017: Government keeps the focus on pay restraint

    Date:
    9 February 2017

    With the Conservative Government determined to keep tight control of public sector pay for the rest of the Parliament, awards in the sector are set to remain subdued.

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

    Date:
    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

    Date:
    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.

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