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5 Aug 2020
Temporary pay cuts taken by chief executives during the coronavirus pandemic won’t solve excessive pay and bonus culture, according to...
9 Jul 2020
Insurance, banking and financial services among sectors where pay and conditions are least affected by Covid-19 pandemic.
12 Jun 2020
We want to give key workers a pay rise, while an unprecedented quarter of the UK workforce has had the...
10 Mar 2020
When it comes to rewarding employees, most people automatically think of financial incentives: high salaries, bonuses and generous pension schemes....
2 Sep 2019
Starting salaries for teachers will reach as much as £30,000 by the 2022-23 academic year under a range of plans announced today.
8 Apr 2019
The chief executive of Centrica, Iain Conn, gained a 44% rise in his salary last year, taking his pay to £2.42m.
7 Feb 2019
The key to curbing soaring pay among senior executives is to ensure HR is properly represented on remuneration committees.
14 Nov 2017
The introduction of pay ratio disclosures, further likely regulation on the remit of remuneration committees, and stakeholder voice within the...
22 Jun 2017
UK employees give their senior leadership low marks on key aspects of people management, such as developing future leaders, gaining...
27 Jan 2017
With employee representation off the agenda, should the Government bring in new corporate governance regulations to make executive pay fairer...
10 Jan 2017
As the bonus season begins, Gerry O’Neill looks at whether the annual “incentive” has become less of a discretionary gratuity...
4 Jan 2017
Some top executives earn more than £1,000 an hour and will have made more money by the first Wednesday of...
7 Sep 2016
Almost a quarter of pay awards each year are based on a measure of employee performance. Sheila Attwood looks at...
16 Dec 2015
All up to date with employment law? Have your finger on the pulse of best HR practice? Then take our...