The majority of organisations are making higher pay rises than a year ago, helping our headline measure of pay awards settle in to its new norm of 2.5%.
Employers who paid employee expenses or benefits during the 2017/18 tax year have until 6 July to submit their paperwork to HM Revenue & Customs, or they could face significant fines. Nick Bustin from Haysmacintyre explains what employers need to know.
New laws requiring certain companies to publish the pay ratio between bosses and workers will be laid out in Parliament today.
Employers are hiking up salaries in order to attract candidates amid severe staff shortages, according to the latest data from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
The new owners of sandwich chain Pret A Manger have promised a £1,000 bonus to all employees who are on the payroll when the deal completes. But does a one-off cash bonus actually foster engagement, asks Ian MacRae?
Uber is to introduce numerous protections for its drivers through a new insurance scheme, including sick pay and maternity and paternity payments.
Disabled workers earned on average £1.50 less an hour last year that those without a disability, which has pushed the disability pay gap to its highest level since 2013.
The table below summarises the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR.
Our first analysis of pay settlements including the key month of April 2018 confirms that the higher level of pay awards seen over the year so far has continued, with the headline award stable at 2.5%.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to take action over an "array of deplorable decisions" that MPs say will see some Sainsbury's staff lose up to £3,000 a year.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay and benefits.