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Category: Pay Data

How to provide adjustments without breaking existing pay structures

Pay & Reward | Pay Structure | Pay Review | Reward | Pay Data | Cost of Living

Linkedin is an extremely powerful tool for engagement but it is creating new headaches for employers already struggling in a tricky market.

Posted by Emer Bucukoglu on
14 July 2022

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How to mitigate pay pressure, especially in hard to recruit sectors

Pay Fairness | Pay & Reward | Pay Progression | Pay Review | Pay Data

The current cost of living crisis is bringing with it a whole new wave of pay pressure for employers, but traditionally pay pressure can arise when you have an urgent need for hot skills.

Posted by Lisa Trewhitt on
07 July 2022

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How to utilise workforce data to inform pay fairness in your reward strategy.

HR Reward | Pay Fairness | Pay & Reward | PayLab | Advance | Pay Data

Fairness is referenced by many organisations in their pay principles, and whilst none of us set out to pay unfairly, the reality is most reward frameworks are seen as unfair by employees.

Posted by Justine Woolf on
16 June 2022

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Three key features your pay review software must have

Pay Review | Advance | Pay Data

The painful pay review process is leading many HR teams to look for software to handle the heavy lifting - if you are considering implementing a software solution for your next pay review, make sure you pick one that has these three must-have features.

Posted by Mark Macoun on
03 February 2022

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Pay Data: The right version of the truth?

Salary survey | Pay benchmarking | Pay Data

As we move cautiously out of the pandemic, ‘getting pay data right’ has never been more important. But how can you make sure you are selecting the right pay data, and how do you interpret what the data is telling you? Lisa Trewhitt offers her four main recommendations.

Posted by Lisa Trewhitt on
24 November 2021

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