53% of UK workers had a pay rise last year!

Cash, CoinsWhilst more than half of workers received a pay rise last year, and 63% are expecting one in 2015, the typical pay rise has been just 2% for two years running.

The CIPDs latest ‘Employee Attitudes to Pay and Pensions‘ survey finds that almost half of respondents (48%) are dissatisfied with their employer’s pay decisions and 76% haven’t been told what they need to achieve to get a pay rise.

Reference

CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) (2015) Employee Outlook: Focus on Employee Attitudes to Pay and Pensions: Winter 2014-15. Available from World Wide Web: http://www.cipd.co.uk/hr-resources/survey-reports/employee-outlook-focus-attitudes-pay-pensions.aspx?utm_medium=email&utm_source=cipd&utm_campaign=cipdupdate&utm_content=010415_1998_1696_20150402061802_Employee%20Attitudes%20to%20Pay%20and%20Pensions&utm_term=136374. [Accessed 02 April, 2015].

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