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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Reward management 2014-15

Our thirteenth annual survey of UK reward management practices finds that organisations still aren’t positioning employee pay competitively at the top 10% of their sector.

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    Labour Market Outlook: Summer 2015

     August 2015

    Our quarterly survey providing forward-looking labour market indicators highlights employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions. It suggests that the labour market will continue to strengthen in the third quarter of 2015 alongside modest growth in pay awards.

     
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    Reward management 2014-15

     July 2015

    Our thirteenth annual survey of UK reward management practices finds that organisations still aren’t positioning employee pay competitively at the top 10% of their sector. "‘Communication around pay and other employment rewards remains both managerially challenging and controversial."

     
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    Resourcing and talent planning 2015

     June 2015

    Produced in partnership with Hays, the annual survey now in its nineteenth year, highlights that talent management is becoming a higher priority.

     
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    Market research

     June 2015

    Results of a survey in 2015 into the current state of the HR and L&D profession across Asia. The results show what’s important to HR and L&D professionals and how the CIPD can support individuals, organisations and governments to raise HR professionalism and capability across the region in the future.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Spring 2015

     June 2015

    Produced in partnership with Halogen Software, this issue of our six-monthly report on employee attitudes finds a mismatch between how employees currently view their organisation's culture and the culture they would prefer.

     
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    Labour Market Outlook: Spring 2015

     May 2015

    Our quarterly survey providing forward-looking labour market indicators, highlighting employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions points to continuing improvement in job prospects, but with wage growth remaining subdued.

     
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    Learning and development 2015

     May 2015

    Our 2015 survey provides data on the main trends and issues in learning and talent development. A new section this year explores the role and purpose of the L&D function and focuses attention on the future of L&D practice.

     
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    Getting under the skin of workplace conflict: tracing the experiences of employees

     April 2015

    Presents findings of a survey of UK employees’ experiences of workplace conflict, focusing on the nature of conflict and how it is dealt with inside the organisation.

     
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    Learning to work 2015

     March 2015

    Survey findings which highlight a positive trend in terms of entry-level opportunities. Overall there's been an increase in the number of organisations who employ young people aged 16-24: 79% say they now do, up from 73% a year ago.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Focus on employee attitudes to pay and pensions: Winter 2014-15

     March 2015

    Explores employers' pay decisions, the basis for these choices as well as employee reactions, and looks at pay and bonus decision forecasts for 2015. The report also explores employee attitudes towards pensions, pension reforms and retirement.

     
 
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