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Pay Climate 15 Editor's Note

Without wishing to leap ahead too much, the January pay round is almost upon us. And January pay reviews, many of which are in manufacturing, could set the tone for the rest of 2019. Thanks to a number of long-term deals that are due to pay out in January

Pay Climate 14 Editor's Note

We publish the results of our pay planning survey, which looks at employers’ reward intentions for 2019, at a time when the economy and the labour market present a series of apparent paradoxes.

Pay Climate 13 Editor's Note

Pay growth looks to be picking up again, as shown by our own data on pay settlements, official figures on average earnings, and reports from the Bank of England’s agents. IDR’s monitoring indicates that the proportion of deals worth 3% or more is rising.

Recruitment and retention issues raise pressure on pay | Press

Employers consider that pressures on pay are increasing, with recruitment and retention issues the main factor behind this, according to the results of the annual pay planning survey from Incomes Data Research (IDR).

Pay awards show upward turn | Press

The median pay award across the whole economy rose to 2.5% in the three months to January 2018, according to the latest monitoring figures from IDR. This is the highest level since the quarter to December 2015, when many firms pushed up pay rates in advan

Employee Benefits Live 2018 Exhibition

IDR is exhibiting at Employee Benefits Live 2018 at the ExCel London 3-5 October 2018.

Low Pay Commission research workshop

Louisa Withers was invited to attend the Low Pay Commission's research workshop as a discussant.

IDR gains cyber security certification

Incomes Data Research has successfully passed Cyber Essentials, demonstrating our commitment to cyber security.

IDR accredited as a Living Wage employer

We are pleased to announce that Incomes Data Research has today accredited as a Living Wage Employer.

Weekly earnings figures outline pay divide for men and women

There are real differences in the distribution of earnings between men and women. These differences are most stark when looking at the whole economy and private sector but are also present to a lesser degree in the public sector.

2% pay rises in public sector are the new norm, says IDR | Press mention

Prospect published an article on their website summarising a pay seminar that, Director of IDR Ken Mulkearn, attended.