Reward management survey 2013

The twelfth annual survey of UK reward management provides a benchmarking and information resource in respect of current and emerging practice in UK reward management.

Top findings from the 2013 survey reveal 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."

Download the 2013 findings

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