Our tried and tested Role-Check system is used as the foundation for much of our client work. It isn’t just used for categorising roles in a structure – we have also used it to help clients restructure their teams and this article explains how.
On a recent trip to Sri Lanka, we weren't expecting to find evidence of job evaluation from the tenth century!
Job evaluation or job matching is at the foundation of most robust reward systems. Here's an overview of our tried and tested Role-Check system and how we used it to set up a solid pay structure for one of our clients.
The first CIPD Reward Management research report for a few years was recently published and focuses on employee benefits. The research surveyed almost 600 HR professionals and assessed the extent of benefits that UK organisations offer. We have summarised some of the key points for you in this article.
Several clients have asked us for this type of support recently, so we thought it worth letting you know that we can access a range of detailed benchmarking information on the provision of car benefits provided to employees.
If you would like us provide a report on the typical level of car allowances, leases or mileage allowances for your roles then we can help.
We recently attended the Employee Benefits Live conference and exhibition in London, and as always it was a great way to see what the latest trends are. Read our summary of what we found...
UK quoted companies with more than 250 employees will need to publish the pay ratio between their Chief Executive Officer and "average" employees when new legislation comes into force in January 2019. The new executive pay ratio reporting rules are part of a package of reforms to corporate governance and to build a clearer picture of executive pay over time.
Current legislation applies to companies with more than 250 employees, but a Commons Select Committee of MPs has recommended that the legislation be extended to cover all organisations with more than 50 employees.
We've been examining gender pay gap reports over recent weeks - it has kept us out of mischief and we thought you might be interested to read about some of our findings!
Employers with 250 employees or more were required to publish their gender pay gap data by 4 April. Most (but not all) met the deadline and since then the information has been published on a Government website. Over 10,000 organisations are logged, providing a wealth of information that enables you to compare gender pay gap figures with similar organisations.
The data is tricky to analyse, so we have developed a database which enables us to drill down and produce reports which provide powerful comparative data for you. The results make interesting reading, whether or not your organisation had to make a report.
News and views from the EBRS team
Updates and opinions on the world of employee pay and reward from the team at EBRS. We've archived articles from before 2016.