Research, Insights and Publications

PAYnotes on the latest national pay and employment statistics

In this edition of PAYnotes, Peter Brown looks at the latest national pay and employment statistics together with the initial results of the autumn running of the UK Reward Management Survey.

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PAYnotes on reward management and the early indications on pay trends for 2015

In this edition of PAYnotes, Joe shares his interesting and simple definition of reward management and we give an early indication of pay trends for 2015 from initial results of the autumn running of the UK Reward Management Survey.

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PAYnotes on the relationship between productivity and pay increases

As we reach our 21st issue we look at how the uncharacteristic lack of the link between recovery and productivity has held back pay increases.

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PAYnotes on saving for a pension and the prospects for the national minimum wage

This week we take a look at saving for a pension and the increase to the national minimum wage.

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PAYnotes on the pay growth influences according to the Bank of England

This week we take a look at the influences on pay growth according to the Bank of England, and in particular the possible reasons why average earnings are increasing so slowly, as well as highlighting an update to the UK Corporate Governance Code in relation to executive pay.

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PAYnotes on the polarisation of the UK labour market

This week we take a look at the issue of the polarisation of the UK labour market and what this means for the future of the UK workforce.

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PAYnotes on the nature of performance management

This week we take a look at the nature of performance management and the drive to make the process objective. Then we report on the Bank of England’s expectations of wage growth as outlined by Mark Carney at the TUC conference.

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PAYnotes on the link between salaries and pressure on recruitment and retention

This issue of PAYnotes looks at the effects of increasing advertised salaries on recruitment and retention. Of particular note is the difference in trends in London in comparison with the rest of the UK.

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UK Reward Management Survey – Autumn 2014

The Autumn edition of the Paydata UK Reward Management Survey is now open for participation. Providing you with the information you need to take an informed view about what is happening in UK reward management, it builds on the successful surveys we have conducted over the past five years, enabling emerging trends to be identified. All participants will receive a free report of the results when they are published in May.

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PAYnotes on good service and the changing expectations of graduates

This issue of PAYnotes asks how much good service is worth and looks at the changing expectations of graduates. Coincidentally, it also includes news about our intern’s return to university.

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