Our next online conference, 'Beyond coronavirus? Prospects for pay and conditions in 2022 and ahead'
Our next online conference
IDR’s latest survey on pay gap reporting shows that the majority of employers continued to publish their gender pay gap figures in 2020, despite the Government’s suspension of the regulations due to COVID19.
APPRENTICES CATCH UP GRADUATES’ PAY| Press mention in the Times
IDR's outlook on inflation
The annual rate of growth in average weekly earnings in the private sector rose
Inflation rise momentarily arrested by base effects?
Labour market continues to recover
IDR's monthly analysis of pay awards
This issue features our special annual look at the year ahead, based on your responses to our survey of prospects for pay and conditions.
In this bulletin we don’t generally talk much about employees themselves, or at least not directly. Instead we discuss what might happen to them, chiefly in terms of whether the wages they receive could rise at a higher or lower rate than previously.
The ONS, responded to the consultation and commentary from it and other bodies (including IDR) on the continued impact of the pandemic on the statistics was central to IPSA opting to vary future pay rises away from those indicated by the previous formula.
IDR's research on pay planning for 2022
Growth in average weekly earnings dropped back a little in the latest official figures but remains strong overall
August 21 inflation figures
While pay levels for HR roles rise with seniority, percentage differentials between roles show a strong inter-relationship, according to a recent survey from IDR.