The National Union of Teachers (NUT) yesterday demanded a 10% pay rise or at least £3,000, whichever is greater. At the NUT's conference in Cardiff delegates backed the motion, claiming that working conditions and stress were forcing some young teach More...14 April 2009 10:44
Equal pay law should be radically reformed to prevent costly tribunal cases and encourage employers to take a proactive approach to the gender pay gap, according to the equalities body.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has today claim More...16 March 2009 09:42
News that an NHS nurse has broken the £100,000 salary barrier has been welcomed by the public. The Sunday Times yesterday revealed that Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust paid a nurse consultant up to £105,000 in the last financial year. Figures re More...01 December 2008 09:45
Human resources news and analysis including: the winners of the Personnel Today Awards 2007 why the FA should use psychometric testing, and following the HM Revenue & Customs' "datagate", what possible new powers for the informati More...23 November 2007 16:36
The business Busy Bees is the fifth largest nursery chain in the UK, with 47 facilities providing just over 4,000 childcare places. The company was set up in 1984 when three couples needing childcare for their own children pooled the proceeds from th More...11 September 2007 11:46
Full benefits package would differentiate firms from competitors. More...19 July 2006 09:45
A survey to assess the impact of performance-related pay in the construction sector proves that it is good for workforce morale and employee work-life balance. By Brian Green More...09 May 2006 00:00
The use of performance-related pay is growing on a global scale More...17 January 2006 08:04
Although finance workers enjoyed performance related bonuses up 3.75% in the nine months to May, few saw basic salaries increase More...05 August 2005 09:00
Median bonuses were 10% higher in 2004 than in the previous year, but salaries were unchanged, survey shows More...07 March 2005 00:00
Asda employees have shared almost £70m in performance-related bonuses since Wal-Mart bought the UK supermarket business five years ago More...28 February 2005 12:22
The Compass Group catering firm has introduced new restrictions to its executive bonus plans, to ensure that bosses are only rewarded for exceptional performance.
The move, revealed in the company's annual report, came after consultation with its top More...06 January 2005 11:27
Police officers will not receieve performance-related pay unless they can prove they have properly promoted equality and diversity within their force, the Home Office has warned.
A 50-page official document, released last week, states that the awards More...01 December 2004 08:45
Nottingham University is the site of an experiment in performance related pay that could have profound consequences for the life of academics. Stephen Overell reports
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Planning a relocation has enabled The Scottish Media Group to review its HR strategy.
Making a move seems to be very much a part of the British Zeitgeist, with the popularity of TV programmes such as Relocation, Relocation and the ever-expan More...21 September 2004 13:21