The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Reward Management Survey


 

 
 
 
 
 

The 2013 Reward Management survey  reports the top
two drivers for increased pay budgets were pay rises
(84%) and rise in staff numbers (51%), suggesting that
respondents are confident about increasing wages and
taking on more staff in 2013.


"Economic conditions continue to drive pay
decisions for many. In the private sector,
market competition and employee value are
also key drivers, while in the public sector
more traditional forms of reward
management prevail."

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Charles Cotton
Public Policy Adviser - Reward
 
 
 
 
 

Reward risk 2012


Survey findings reveal that increasing pension costs are now a bigger concern than attraction and retention.

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Aligning strategy and benefits


Explores the links between employee benefits provision and business strategy, workforce characteristics and HR outcomes.  

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CIPD research

We work closely with the world's leading brands and notable academics to deliver leading-edge research.

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Pensions auto-enrolment

 

What are the operational and strategic issues for HR in complying with the Government's flagship programme?

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in this year's survey. An annual benchmarking and information resource in respect of current and emerging practice in UK reward management.

Take part in the 2014 survey