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Three essential areas to address around pay gaps and equality

Equal Pay | Equal Pay Audits | Pay Structure | Pay benchmarking | Job evaluation | Pay Review

Instances of unequal pay can manifest all too easily, but they can also be guarded against by putting checks and balances in place and maintaining those with regular auditing. My three main areas to focus on when considering pay gaps and inequality are pay structures, annual pay review and pay policy.

Posted by Emer Bucukoglu on
02 September 2022

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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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What is base pay in your organisation?

Pay Fairness | Pay & Reward | Pay Structure | Pay Review

There are many ways to manage a pay review budget and approach pay progression. However, before we start thinking about the pros and cons of those different approaches, it is important first to be clear about what Base Pay is for in your organisation.

Posted by Cathryn Edmondson on
29 April 2022

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Location-based pay frameworks: where do we go from here?

Pay & Reward | Pay framework | Flexible working | Global talent | Pay Structure | Remote Working

Traditionally, many organisations have had regional-based pay frameworks, and home-based workers were more likely to have a national reference point for pay, but what about now, when the pandemic has firmly thrust the idea of home-based working into a reality? Justine Woolf explores the potential future of location-based pay frameworks.

Posted by Justine Woolf on
04 November 2021

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Give your pay bands a bit of TLC

Pay & Reward | Pay framework | Pay Structure | Pay Review

When was the last time you took a closer look at your pay bands? Pay bands can be viewed as the engine that drives pay decisions, but all too often they only get an annual MOT at pay review - perhaps it is time to look under the bonnet and give pay bands a bit more TLC. 

Posted by Judith Moore on
02 October 2020

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What got you here, won't get you there - an open letter to HR

Reward Intelligence | Pay & Reward | Pay Structure | Reward Strategy | Productivity

The first in our series of open letters to HR, Sarah Lardner discusses how HR leaders in well-established organisations need to be looking at the journey ahead, to make the business irresistable to talented employees and to stand out amongst competitors.

Posted by Sarah Lardner on
29 July 2020

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Reshaping your organisation to achieve your desired results

Organisational Design | Pay Structure

Taking the opportunity to reshape your organisation is something that many businesses are considering right now, and certainly for many it will be an unfortunate necessity due to pandemic-related reduced income meaning that it is no longer feasible to carry the staff overheads they previously could. But where is the best place to start?

Posted by Justine Woolf on
17 June 2020

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Working from home, and the long-term impact on Pay and Reward

Pay & Reward | Flexible working | Disruptive HR | Pay Structure | Covid-19

Remote working was thrust upon many of us by COVID-19, and it looks like it is here to stay, with many never wanting to go back to working in an office. Whilst the obvious health and safety, GDPR and wellbeing aspects have been considered as part of the transition, what hasn’t yet really been discussed is the long-term impact on Pay and Reward. Justine Woolf digs a little deeper into what you may need to consider when reframing your deal for the new ways of working.  

Posted by Justine Woolf on
03 June 2020

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Paying for performance in the not-for-profit sector Part 1

Bonus | Performance Related Pay | Pay & Reward | Pay Structure

Those of you working in the not-for-profit sector will recognise the dilemma of paying for performance and whether it’s something your organisation should do or not. Justine Woolf looks at the concerns around introducing paying for performance that are unique to the not-for-profit sector and how they impact the options available. 

Posted by Justine Woolf on
05 May 2020

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Now that’s what I call blogs! 2019’s greatest hits

Executive Pay | HR Reward | Remcom | Reward Consultancy | Pay Fairness | Gender Pay Gap | Benefits intelligence | Employee engagement | Analytics | Pay trends | BAME reporting | Pay Structure | Pay benchmarking | Flexible Benefits

A blog roundup today - our most popular blogs from 2019. Well worth a re-read of your favourites, or a chance to catch up on any you've missed.

Posted by Ella Rees on
17 December 2019

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The big squeeze: 4 ways to handle low pay increases

HR Reward | Reward Consultancy | Pay framework | National Living Wage | Organisational Design | Low Pay | Pay Progression | Skills based pay | Pay Structure

The government's low pay increases in recent years have been ambitious and caused budgeting headaches across businesses with a large proportion of low pay employees. With rates set to keep rising, how can you handle these challenges and make them work for your business?

Posted by Gemma Bullivant on
12 November 2019

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Pay audits: the importance of carrying out an audit following a business change

Pay Fairness | Pay Structure | Pay Review

Whenever there is significant change in an organisation, mentalities of your employees can quickly change. Pay can also become a serious bone of contention that can cause ripples across the board, affecting productivity, morale and profit. Mark Macoun explores the reasons behind why pay audits at times like this are not just important, but vital in order to drive success rather than discontent.

Posted by Mark Macoun on
14 October 2019

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