Survey reports

Survey reports provide current data and analysis on topical HR issues as well as general people management and development themes. Some surveys require non-members to register first. Find out about our current research.

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HR Outlook: Winter 2015-16: leaders' views of our profession

Produced in association with Workday, the latest in our HR Outlook series gives insights on what the survey findings mean for five key areas of HR and offers practical reflection points to help assess your HR team’s impact and strategy.

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    Employee Outlook: Focus on commuting and flexible working

     April 2016

    Calls for employers to recognise the business case for increasing flexible working which can be a win–win for both the organisation and the individual.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Focus on skills and careers

     March 2016

    Survey findings reveal that a third of UK employees are disappointed with their career progression, with poor quality careers advice at school and poor line management at work to blame.

     
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    CIPD-IRN Private Sector Pay Survey 2016

     March 2016

    Download the results of a pay survey of 582 HR professionals in private sector employers in Ireland conducted by Catalyst Market Research for CIPD and IRN in February 2016.

     
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    Labour Market Outlook: Winter 2015-16

     February 2016

    Our quarterly survey provides a set of forward-looking labour market indicators, highlighting employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions, with a section on the migration outlook. This survey showed that pay rise expectations have fallen to the lowest level for two years.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Focus on employee attitudes to pay and pensions: Winter 2015-16

     February 2016

    Survey findings revealed that despite fewer employees receiving pay increases in 2015, employee pay rise satisfaction grew along with expectations for a pay increase in 2016. More workers are now in a workplace pension and employees accept that they may have to wait longer before they retire or get a state pension.

     
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    HR Outlook: Winter 2015-16: leaders' views of our profession

     February 2016

    Produced in association with Workday, the report offers insights from the survey findings on five key areas of HR and offers practical reflection points to help assess your HR team’s impact and strategy.

     
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    Labour Market Outlook: Autumn 2015

     November 2015

    Our quarterly survey provides a set of forward-looking labour market indicators, highlighting employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions. This report shows that near-term employment prospects remain well above the survey’s historic average.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Autumn 2015

     October 2015

    Produced in partnership with Halogen Software, this issue of our six-monthly report on employee attitudes highlights a need for organisations to consider how they can increase the amount of autonomy employees have at work.

     
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    Absence management 2015

     October 2015

    Our sixteenth annual survey explores absence management trends, policy and practice in the UK. It reviews the key findings, provides useful benchmarking data and highlights the main trends that UK employers need to be taking action on.

     
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    Absence management 2015: public sector summary

     October 2015

    A supplementary report which provides a fuller understanding of absence in the public sector.

     
 
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