Tags: Earnings

Officeteam launches 2013 salary calculator

– Compare your earnings with average regional salaries – Biggest salary rise (2.6%) over 2012 for Senior Project Coordinators – More than two fifths (42%) of HR directors are more willing to negotiate salaries OfficeTeam UK, a leading recruitment agency specialising in administrative staffing, today announces the launch of its 2013 Salary Calculator for the…

Public sector workers pay lead widens

Public sector employees were paid on average between 7.7% and 8.7% more than private sector employees last year. This is according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, based on figures collected in the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings and the Labour Force Survey. The survey reveals the public sector is…

Pensions reduces fees for low earners and deferred members

Pensions Trust, the independent multi-employer trust, today unveils reduced charges for low earners and deferred members. Morten Nilsson, Chief Executive of NOW: Pensions, said: “We believe everyone deserves a better pension and therefore have developed a strong pricing model that is clear and transparent. We have decided to make a few adjustments to secure best…

Executive pay has risen 4,000% in 30 years

Total executive earnings have increased by more than 4,000 per cent in the past 30 years, damaging trust between employees and business leaders, according to findings from the High Pay Commission. The report has found that senior pay levels are damaging the economy and society as a whole as remuneration packages are often concealed within…

The bad guy comes out on top in organisations

The survey indicates that men who measured below average levels of ‘agreeableness’ earned approximately 18 percent more than their friendlier male counterparts, while less agreeable women earned around 5 percent more than their more affable female colleagues. The study, which looked at data collected over approximately 20 years and is entitled “Do nice guys –…

Employers see average earning drop by £1,000

Employees have seen a staggering reduction of £1000 in their take home pay,Since the recession, the average worker has seen the value of their take home drop by five per cent. The research resport by the BBc one show Panorama, showed that average annual salaries are £20,419, once tax has been deducted. But when the…