Proportion of pay freezes in 2020 is over five times higher than last year
IDR's analysis of pay freezes in 2020
Climate change remains one of the key issues of our generation and responsibility falls on all of us to be more sustainable, including businesses. IDR’s 2020 survey on the impact of climate change on HR policy and practice received responses from 87 firms
IDR's article on pay in retail and retail supply during the 2020 pandemic
The Chancellor’s plans for renewed public sector pay restraint centre on a salary freeze for all apart from those paid below £24,000.
Voluntary minimum rate rises to £9.50
The year 2020 has most certainly been one of firsts and a year of adaptation.
While the recession associated with the coronavirus has begun to affect pay reviews, it is still the case that results are relatively widely distributed.
Our recent survey of in-house legal staff pay shows that the typical salary for a newly-qualified solicitors has risen by 31.7% since our last survey in 2017
Why we urgently need a pay and reward strategy for care workers
The IDR job evaluation scheme is an analytical scheme that uses a straightforward and user-friendly approach to enable all types of jobs, from manual work to complex management and specialist posts, to be analysed and evaluated against seven key factors.
Pay awards have been maintained in many areas but are under pressure in others due to the current economic climate. Meanwhile, many firms are focussing on employee benefits.
‘Applause is not enough!’ But just how do we properly reward our care workers?
This special feature by Duncan Brown, PhD, MBA, FCIPD presents suggestions as to how care workers could be better rewarded.
IDR provides a number of suggestions for you to share with your employees to help them stay productive whilst keeping stress levels as low as possible during these unprecedented times.
In recently days there have been numerous reports of gender pay gaps growing and here we explore how this occurs.
‘What we need is little less research and a lot more action’, an authority on equal pay legislation confided to me at a university research conference we were both speaking at to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Equal Pay Act.