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Pay and benefits

New and updated

  • Pay trends April 2019: First quarter deals at 2.5%

    Date:
    25 April 2019
    Type:
    Survey analysis

    Pay awards in the first quarter of the year have held up well, and early analysis of awards in April - the busiest month of the year for pay setting - suggests this pattern will continue.

  • NHS consultants 'better off' working part-time

    Date:
    25 April 2019
    Type:
    News

    Senior doctors in the NHS are better off working part-time under new pension rules, the British Medical Association has warned.

  • Universal credit

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Universal credit is a payment to help with living costs. It is being introduced in stages across the UK and will be fully rolled out by the end of 2023.

  • Date:
    10 April 2019
    Type:
    Legal guidance

    Pensions auto-enrolment might not be the most exciting HR topic but, as Angela Sharma explains, it should never be far from the top of any HR list of things to do.

  • Employment and support allowance (ESA)

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the employment and support allowance rates in force from 9 April 2019.

  • Personal independence payment (PIP)

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the personal independence payment rates in force from 9 April 2019.

  • Income support

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the income support rates in force from 9 April 2019.

  • Industrial injuries disablement benefit

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the industrial injuries disablement benefit rates in force from 9 April 2019.

  • State pension

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the state pension entitlement in force from 9 April 2019.

  • Jobseeker's allowance

    Type:
    Statutory rates

    Updated to reflect the jobseeker’s allowance rates in force from 9 April 2019.