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Salary is highest priority for employees, new research finds

Salary is highest priority for employees, new research finds

New data shows that UK employees are increasingly placing salary packages as the most important factor when it comes to career management.  SD Worx, a HR and payroll solutions company, finds that salary packages are being placed as the most important priority for...

HR and payroll in UK is ranked 21st most complex in Europe

HR and payroll in UK is ranked 21st most complex in Europe

New research finds that HR and payroll processes in the UK are the 21st most complex in Europe, meaning these processes are more complicated than ones adopted by countries such as the Netherlands, Portugal and Germany. A new report by TMF Group, a critical compliance...

UK office workers would agree to pay-cut for remote working

UK office workers would agree to pay-cut for remote working

New research finds that the majority of UK workers - three in four - would accept a pay-cut if it meant they could continue working remotely. New data from Citrix, a company that offers cloud technologies, finds that the majority of UK office workers desire to keep...

FTSE 100 CEOs earn average worker’s annual salary in 34 hours

FTSE 100 CEOs earn average worker’s annual salary in 34 hours

Research from a think-tank reveals that, on average, it takes less than three days for the CEO of a FTSE 100 company to earn more than an employee's annual wage.  The High Pay Centre, a think-tank that analyses data concerning top incomes, has found that the 6th...

Government exposes employers who failed to pay workers minimum wage

Government exposes employers who failed to pay workers minimum wage

The list includes well-known names such as Tesco, Superdrug and Pizza Hut. The Government have released a list of over 100 employers that have failed to pay their employees the National Minimum Wage, amounting to £6.7 million not being paid out in total. This is a...

UK salaries set to rise in 2021 for private sector workers

UK salaries set to rise in 2021 for private sector workers

New research finds that "cautious optimism" may be creeping in over the next year as salaries for private sector workers are expected to rise. Willis Tower Watson, an advisory, broking and solutions company, have released new research within their Salary Budget...

How will pay packets be affected by COVID-19?

How will pay packets be affected by COVID-19?

New research analyses the impact of the Spending Review announced by the Chancellor earlier this week and what this will mean for pay packets.  A report by the think tank Resolution Foundation states that the pandemic is set to lower wages by £1,200 each year per...

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Deborah Frost: Making reward and recognition personal

Deborah Frost: Making reward and recognition personal

  A successful employee benefits programme only truly works when it is meaningful to the individual. Employees want to feel valued for their contribution, not like a small cog in a large machine. Research has shown that happy and engaged employees are up to 20...

Gail Cohen: Making the most of gift cards as an employee reward

Gail Cohen: Making the most of gift cards as an employee reward

Gift cards have become an increasingly integral part of many businesses reward schemes. Indeed, our most recent State of the Nation report revealed that the B2B gift card market has grown by more than 20 per cent year-on-year. From an employee’s perspective, the...

Ken Charman: Creating a reward strategy for the digital age

Ken Charman: Creating a reward strategy for the digital age

Recognition is becoming a motivational necessity. According to a recent survey across the US, UK and Australia, employees are rejecting generic and annual rewards as inadequate, instead demanding to be recognised in more timely and meaningful ways. Only 20 per cent of...

Brett Hill: The dangers of demographic generalisation in the workplace

Brett Hill: The dangers of demographic generalisation in the workplace

  Demographic generalisations continue to make headlines, as another trait of a particular age group is “exposed” for readers to feast on and debate. While having groupings such as “Millennials” and “Baby Boomers” can be useful in the workplace - as a starting...

Brian Kropp: Employee behaviour influenced by Brexit disruption

Brian Kropp: Employee behaviour influenced by Brexit disruption

While an unstable government continues to “throw the dice” on its potential next steps – with continuing delays - it is no wonder that businesses have felt forced to accelerate their Brexit planning. However, within such plans, employers are failing to predict how...

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