Pay trends for the past year varied widely by sector, with manufacturing seeing median pay rises above that for the private sector and the voluntary sector at the bottom of the pay rise league table. The findings are published today in XpertHR's ann More...05 November 2010 09:34
The Government's controversial decision to scrap child benefit for higher-rate taxpayers could prompt a "flurry" of employee benefit strategy reviews, according to a consultancy.
At this week's Conservative Party conference, Chancellor George Osborn More...06 October 2010 15:09
It’s often assumed that people get involved in the voluntary sector out of the goodness of their hearts. Volunteers may do, but for paid employees, the advantages are more tangible. The 21st annual Celre voluntary sector salary, published exclusively on XpertHR, reveals the financial advantages to life in the voluntary sector. More...01 December 2009 11:35
XpertHR's head of salary surveys and data benchmarking Mark Crail talks to Mike Berry about salary surveys, setting out what is involved for participants and why it makes sense to take part.
Rel More...06 October 2009 15:25
Pay rates for charity staff bosses trail those of private sector chief executives by 21% nationally and 24% in London.
The average 2009 salary for charity sector chief executives is £70,706 according to the recently published Croner Reward survey, c More...02 October 2009 13:00
Staff working in finance and accounts departments saw the real value of their take-home pay fall as inflation outstripped increases in salaries over the past year, according to data collected by salary survey specialists Celre for XpertHR JobPricing. More...03 July 2009 12:03
British workers will receive an average pay rise of less than 1.5% this year, one of the lowest increases in the world, research has claimed.
A report by management consultancy Hay Group found the average pay rise for organisations in the UK will More...15 April 2009 09:42
HR directors can expect to take home £156,000 in basic pay and bonuses this year, exclusive research has revealed. The report, published today by Personnel Today's sister company salary survey specialist Celre in association with the Chartered Mana More...31 March 2009 09:28
Pay settlements in the manufacturing sector have dropped to 1.7% according to new data, 0.3% below that agreed for most public sector workers. As millions of police, teachers and NHS staff got the go ahead to receive pay deals worth 2% or more, pa More...25 March 2009 14:05
Management consulting offers the best immediate earning potential for graduates, netting them up to £155,000 within four years, according to recent research by supermarket giant Tesco.
Its analysis of data on the government's careers advice website More...10 March 2009 16:05
As inflation falls and employers look to cut costs, employees may need to lower their expectations in 2009. Sheila Attwood looks at the latest trends and forecasts.
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Employees are currently enjoying pay rises worth more than four times inflation, according to figures by Personnel Today's sister organisation, pay specialists Industrial Relations Services (IRS).
The median basic pay rise for the three months t More...23 January 2009 10:27
As the economic gloom continues to spread, is the future still bright for HR? Jessica Twentyman reports on Hays' HR Salary & Benefits Survey 2008.
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British workers are shy about revealing their salaries to their families, and a small proportion would rather leave their jobs than ask for a pay rise, a survey has found. The research conducted by HR services provider Ceridian found that 53% of resp More...16 July 2008 10:54
IT and computer staff have enjoyed an above-inflation pay rise of 4.8% over the past 12 months, according to research by salary survey specialist Celre , part of the XpertHR Group.
The Computer Staff Salary Survey - covering 572 workplac More...11 June 2008 10:00
IT and computer staff saw their basic pay rise by 4.8% over the past 12 months, according to a survey. The CELRE Computer Staff Salary Survey found basic pay for IT workers was rising at its fastest rate since 2005. "IT staff have managed to More...10 June 2008 10:40
Pay is less important than relationships with colleagues and type of work in retaining staff, according to research released today.
The City & Guilds Happiness Index found that while 57% stayed with their current employer because of an int More...04 June 2008 14:09
One in two UK workers plans to move jobs to increase their pay this year, despite grim employment forecasts.
A survey of 4,500 people carried out for online recruitment firm Jobsite found that 47% were confident enough in the market to look elsewher More...22 May 2008 13:00
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