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Graduate and apprentice pay 2020
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/reports/graduate-and-apprentice-pay-october-2020

This report provides you with a picture on pay for graduate and apprentice workers.



Pay and Conditions in Road Transport and Distribution 2020
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/reports/pay-and-conditions-in-road-transport-and-distribution-2020

This report provides you with a detailed picture on pay, benefits and conditions in road transport and distribution.





Play your part in building the picture on pay and reward
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/play-your-part-in-building-the-picture-on-pay-and-reward

We have research in the field at the moment as we try to gather as much information as possible on important HR topics. We invite you to take part in all our research and in return we provide participant summaries that give you valuable insights i


What happens to pay in a pandemic?
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/what-happens-to-pay-in-a-pandemic

Incomes Data Research (IDR) has been asked by the Office of Manpower Economics (OME) to examine how the coronavirus pandemic and associated UK recession is affecting employers' pay and reward strategies.


A new season and a new kit
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/a-new-season-and-a-new-kit

sponsor of Billericay Town FC Girls under 16 football team for another year.


Inflation up on all measures
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/viewpoint/inflation-up-on-all-measures-year-to-October

Inflation has risen across all three main price indices in the year to October according to the latest figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).





Chancellor runs risks with rationale for public sector pay freeze
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/viewpoint/chancellor-runs-risks-with-rationale-for-public-sector-pay-freeze

The Chancellor’s plans for renewed public sector pay restraint centre on a salary freeze for all apart from those paid below £24,000.