Research, Insights and Publications

PAYnotes on progress in various economic indicators and how pay remains subdued

This issue of PAYnotes considers progress in various economic indicators and how, despite positive signs, pay movement remains stubbornly subdued. It also raises the prospect of pay in an independent Scotland and includes some momentous news from one of the Paydata team.

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PAYnotes on the construction industry and the housing market in London

This issue of PAYnotes looks at what is happening in the construction industry, firstly examining the general situation for the housing market in London followed by an update on the resulting pressure on salaries.

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PAYnotes on the Office of National Statistics’ average earnings numbers

This issue of PAYnotes looks at criticism of the Office of National Statistics’ average earnings numbers and brings some thoughts on non-monetary drivers of performance back from the Commonwealth Games.

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PAYnotes on variations in bonus levels in different industry sectors

In this issue of PAYnotes we look at variations in bonus levels in different industry sectors and we make a very exciting announcement.

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PAYnotes on equal pay audits and the Bank of England’s prediction for pay growth

This issue of PAYnotes promotes the value of conducting an equal pay audit and looks forward to the Bank of England’s further deliberations on when pay is going to start increasing significantly. There’s also some advance warning about a major event for the Paydata team.

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PAYnotes on the positive impact of part time working

This issue of PAYnotes gives a personal perspective on part time working and in, particular, how attitudes need to change – a timely view as the Flexible Working Regulations 2014 came into force at the end of last month. There’s also a passing look at the latest labour market statistics. Finally, we eventually bring our coverage of the World Cup to its natural conclusion.

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PAYnotes on skills in the workforce and the resulting pay inflation

This edition of PAYnotes looks at demand for skills in the workforce and the resulting pay inflation along with an interesting finding from the ONS on earning potential and age.

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PAYnotes on pay, productivity growth levels and flexible working

This edition of PAYnotes looks at pay and productivity growth levels, why flexible working is a good thing together with a philosophical look at the Paydata office sweepstake!

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PAYnotes on managing the annual pay review and how the Living Wage is calculated

This edition of PAYnotes looks at the changing face of the annual pay review, what is included in the Living Wage, an example of customer service and some great news about two of the Paydata team.

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PAYnotes on current trends in pay

This edition of PAYnotes looks at what is happening with pay review budgets, a timely story about the National Minimum Wage and World Cup fever gripping the Paydata office.

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