Our latest analysis of pay review outcomes shows the whole-economy median remains steady at 2% but the median for awards in private services has increased to 2.6%. This is based on 90 pay awards monitored by IDR in the three months to the end of September.
Our latest pay settlement analysis shows the private sector median is unchanged at 2.5% in the three months to the end of August. Meanwhile the whole economy median has fallen from 2.4% in July to 2% in August, owing to the inclusion of some lower-level awards in the not-for-profit and public sectors. Continue reading Settlements in brief: private sector median unchanged at 2.5%
According to the latest monitoring figures from IDR, the median pay settlement across the economy rose to 2.4% in the three months to July. This is the highest we have recorded so far in 2017, up from 2% in the previous three rolling periods. The latest figures are based on 75 pay settlements, mostly at organisations in the private sector.
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The latest IDR analysis of pay settlements shows that Continue reading Private sector pay settlements remain at 2.4%
Our latest analysis of pay settlements shows the median falling back to 2% in May. However the interquartile range, where half of awards are set, remains at between 1% and 2.8%. This partly reflects a wide range of pay outcomes, with increases monitored in the latest period ranging from a pay freeze to 10.5%. The analysis is based on 130 pay settlements monitored by IDR in the three months to the end of May.
|Pay settlement data - three months to end of May 2017|
|Whole economy||Private sector|
|Interquartile range||1.0 to 2.8%||1.9 to 2.9%|
|Based on 130 settlements covering 3.3M employees in total.|
The median had risen to 2.4% in the three months to the end of April, under the influence of more awards worth 3% and above. Many of these were aimed at bringing lowest pay rates in line with the new National Minimum and National Living Wages. Indeed a closer look at private sector awards in the latest period shows that the median here is still at 2.4%.
Our next full quarterly analysis will be in Pay Climate, release date Thursday 7 September.
Our latest analysis of trends in pay awards shows that private sector settlements have risen from 2% to 2.4% at the median, mainly as a result of companies acting to raise rates at the lower end of their pay structures to bring them into line with the new statutory minimum rates. Continue reading Viewpoint: Pay squeeze in sharper focus than before
The latest settlements analysis from IDR shows the median steady at 2% in March, based on 71 settlements monitored in the three-months to the end of March.
The latest settlements analysis from IDR shows the median remaining at 2% in February, based on 59 settlements monitored in the three-months to the end of February.
Pay increases in road transport and distribution are higher on average than for the whole economy, driven mainly by recruitment and retention issues. Our recent survey of pay and conditions indicates growth in employment in the sector, accompanied by pressures around recruitment of drivers and retention of warehouse workers. Continue reading Staffing pressures drive pay rises in logistics
The median pay award across the whole economy was 2% in the three months to January 2017, according to the latest monitoring figures from IDR. Continue reading Settlements in brief: January awards at 2%