Articles from CIPD

#HighPayDay - Top bosses’ pay overtakes average worker’s entire 2020 pay in just 33 hours

Executive pay: Too much emphasis on shareholder value Annual ‘High Pay Day’ figures published with warning to employers not to treat new CEO pay reporting requirements as a tick-box exercise.

Keeping staff in the dark about pay feeds perception of unfairness

Only half of permanent employees (51%) think they are paid fairly and even fewer (34%) think that everyone in their organisation is paid fairly, a new report from the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, reveals.  

The UK jobs machine continues to deliver despite #Brexit uncertainty

UK employers continue to shrug off Brexit uncertainty with new hires Brexit uncertainty has yet to take its toll on employers’ hiring expectations, with both public and private sector employers expecting staff numbers to increase in the final quarter of 2019. 

Tesco is the first employer to achieve CIPD People Development Partner status

CIPD launches new industry-recognised status for HR and L&D teams that go ‘above and beyond’

CEO pay falls but it would still take 117 years for a worker to earn a CEO’s annual salary, fuelling questions over fairness, performance and governance

An annual assessment of FTSE 100 pay packages, released today, shows that median pay for chief executives fell by 13% between 2017 and 2018. However, the average (median) CEO salary of £3.46 million a year is still more than 117 times that of the average (median) UK full-time worker earning £29,574.

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