Internet users now have the opportunity to "up their kick" - increase their pay - with the help of a newly launched website, www.upyourkick.com .
Upyourkick.com is the first website that will allow users to compare their salary against other More...07 April 2008 10:00
At least nine HR chiefs feature in a 'Town Hall Rich List', compiled by pressure group the Taxpayers' Alliance.
Figures collated by the Taxpayers' Alliance under the Freedom of Information Act found that 818 local authority managers earned more th More...28 March 2008 16:36
Travel agent salaries are being driven up by a growing number of staff with specialist knowledge in the independent sector, new research has found.
An AA Appointments Salary Forecast found that agents with computer reservation system sk More...18 March 2008 09:00
Women still suffer from a 16% pay gap when compared to their male counterparts around the world, the latest gender pay gap report has revealed. To coincide with International Women's Day (8 March), a study from the International Trade Union C More...07 March 2008 12:43
An overwhelming majority of HR professionals are resentful that their partners are not earning enough, according to a new study. More than 80% of men and 75% of women working in HR wanted their partner's pay packet to be bigger, the survey of 250 pro More...29 February 2008 08:03
As the credit crunch continues to tighten its grip, nearly half of UK workers switching jobs or returning to the jobs market after redundancy are being forced to accept lower pay as they enter new positions. A global survey of 17,222 people inclu More...21 February 2008 10:37
Salaries for human resources professionals rose by up to 11% last year, with the average salary for an HR manager now topping £43,000. A survey of its candidate base by recruitment firm Reed Human Resources found salaries increased well above the ra More...25 January 2008 08:38
The number of men in the UK who bring home a smaller pay packet than their female partners has doubled in the past five years, new research has found. A survey of 1,000 people conducted by online bank, Egg, found that one in five men in the U More...03 December 2007 14:00
Human resources (HR) directors take home an annual salary of £120,000, while HR officers earn an average of £25,832, according to new research. Remuneration Economics, publishers of the Salary Survey of HR/Personnel Staff 2007, found that avera More...20 November 2007 10:48
Salaries for HR professionals in the financial services sector have rocketed over the past year, with recruitment activity boiling over, according to a City recruiter. Average salaries have increased by as much as 35% over the past year, figures from More...17 September 2007 09:40
A 'protected period' is needed to encourage employers to seriously consider equal pay. The debate surrounding the government's Discrimination Law Review is an important opportunity to look afresh at anti-discrimination laws and create truly modern More...17 September 2007 08:00
More than 150 GPs earned in excess of £250,000 in the year ending April 2005, official figures have revealed . The Information Centre found that the number of doctors earning £200,000-plus in 2004-5 trebled from the previous year. The health au More...18 July 2007 10:46
The pay gap between the 15 older member states of the European Union (EU) and the 12 new member states is closing rapidly, according to a report.
Eurofound, an advisory EU body, found the average nominal pay was 3.1 times higher in the new EU More...11 July 2007 12:30
Does the slowing in the rate of increase in pay and bonuses mean HR staff are less valued? Despite the job satisfaction of an HR role, no-one works solely for the love of it, so professionals in the sector will be interested in the latest HR salary s More...10 July 2007 08:00
Ethnic minority groups in the UK are being overlooked for jobs and are being paid lower wages, according to research.
A report published by social policy research and development charity the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, found that only 20 More...30 April 2007 13:15
US-based HR directors top a global best-paid poll, followed by the UK and Germany, with India lagging at the bottom, research has found.
A survey conducted by Mercer Human Resource Consulting found that US-based HR directors earn an average b More...25 April 2007 10:07
The elite 'super HR professionals' who sit on the boards of big private sector organisations are earning an average base salary of £328,000 a year, research shows. In companies with revenues of more than £5bn, board-level HR directors earn an average More...17 April 2007 00:00
How to get in Learning and development (L&D) is growing as organisations recognise the value of their people, and that having willing, engaged staff increases productivity, improves retention and attracts the best candidates. You should have a CIPD More...17 April 2007 00:00
More than one-third of workers 'live' for payday and do not set aside any money for savings, according to a survey. Some 37% of the 421 workers surveyed by CareerBuilder.co.uk jobs website said they “often or always live from pay cheque to pay cheq More...22 March 2007 10:00
Today’s graduates are more concerned about buying a house and joining a decent pension scheme than exotic holidays and designer wardrobes, according to a survey. The study by performance improvement firm P&MM found that graduates were more interes More...21 March 2007 09:17