We have lots of research in the field at the moment as we try to gather as much information as possible on important HR topics.
This year’s International Women’s Day might feel somewhat inauspicious, not simply because of world events, but also on foot of the apparent lack of progress in the UK on narrowing the gender pay gap.
Government to pilot capability assessments for top civil servants from September | Press mention
Civil Service World published an article mentioning findings set out in an FDA-commissioned by Incomes data Research.
How have pay rises responded to the pandemic?
IDR's monthly analysis of pay awards
Reward landscape might be about to become more interesting
Private sector earnings growth continues to strengthen, reaching 4.8% in the year to January 2021
Inflation presents a mixed picture in the year to February dependent on the measure in question.
National Living Wage rises by 2.2% to £8.91, with more muted prospects for next three years
Details of the April 2021 NLW increase
Labour market statistics for quarter to January 2021
Play your part building the picture on pay and reward
An article by Darren Newman, Employment law trainer, writer and consultant.
IDR were approached by 'Personel Today' to share our thoughts on the future of 'London weighting'
What will be the impact of future NLW increases? | Published work
A blog from the LPC, based upon our 2020 research impacts of future NLW increases on employers