Category Archives: Pay settlements

Staffing pressures drive pay rises in logistics

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

Settlements in brief: median held steady at 2% for duration of 2016

Our latest analysis of pay settlements shows that the median has remained steady for 12 consecutive months at 2% in the three months to December 2016. The private services median remains at 2% for the second consecutive month, having fallen from 2.6% in the three months to October. Continue reading Settlements in brief: median held steady at 2% for duration of 2016

Settlements in brief: median remains at 2% as we head into 2017

Our latest analysis of pay settlements shows that the median has remained steady for 11 consecutive months at 2% in the three months to November 2016. The private services median has fallen back to 2% in our latest analysis, down from 2.6% in the three months to October.  Continue reading Settlements in brief: median remains at 2% as we head into 2017

Settlements in brief: private sector median at 2.6%

Our latest analysis of pay settlements shows that the median held steady at 2% in the three months to October 2016. The median has remained constant at 2% for 10 consecutive rolling periods, since the three months to January 2016. However, this figure is not necessarily representative of awards across all the different sectors of the economy. Continue reading Settlements in brief: private sector median at 2.6%