Our latest survey of pay and conditions for engineering workers suggests stronger pay growth for manual workers than for white-collar staff and managers, driven by higher – often negotiated – pay awards. Recruitment pressures have also played a role, as well as staff turnover among operators.
This year’s survey of pay and conditions in contact centres has found that median pay settlements have increased slightly this year. Meanwhile, last year’s improvements in recruitment and retention may only have been temporary. Continue reading Call centre employers start to see upward pay pressure
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
Our latest report indicates that pay growth for graduates has slowed since our previous survey. And in light of the economic uncertainty that has emerged since June, many major graduate recruiters appear to have scaled back plans for expansion in employment. Continue reading Pay growth slows for graduates
The results of the latest IDR Pay and Conditions in Engineering are now available. The survey report includes information from 29 firms across the UK, employing almost 75,000 manual and white-collar engineering staff and managers up to director level. –Continue reading
The market for graduate jobs has become more buoyant over the last two years, driven by a recovery in private sector recruitment. This is one of the key findings of our survey of graduate salaries. The survey found that the number of graduate recruits rose by 11% in 2015 and is projected to rise by a further 17% in 2016. Meanwhile applications for graduate vacancies have risen at a faster rate, ensuring that competition for each placement remains stiff. Continue reading Graduate labour market recovers