Reward and remuneration

Mixed picture on pay rises, research finds

As the Monetary Policy Committee announces whether interest rates will rise today, many employers are offering pay rises. But pay growth remains slow

Two million workers missing out on paid leave

Unrealistic workloads and employers deliberately denying holiday requests are preventing workers taking leave

Companies pay up to £100,000 to keep EU workers

Nearly six out of 10 (62%) UK companies have paid up to £100,000 since Brexit in extra incentives for EU workers

Reward strategy temperature check

There are pros and cons to both performance- and market-based reward systems

Employees struggle to meet living costs

Research from Thomsons Online Benefits finds that employers are not providing enough support to employees with financial issues

UK workers struggling to save

?UK employees say £361 more each month would allow them to save, equating to a national savings gap of £9.7 billion per month

Businesses will have to justify exec pay

UK firms will be forced to publish and justify details of pay gaps between staff and bosses following concerns over executive pay

PwC to ban all-male shortlists

PwC has banned all-male shortlists for jobs in the UK, in an attempt to boost the number of women in senior roles

Five things businesses can learn from TSB

As the new kid on the banking block TSB has seized the opportunity to do things differently

The tax on share options is unfair

More needs to be done to tackle two fundamental issues that overshadow share options' advantages

Pay ratios ineffective in tackling inequality feel employers

Employers and policymakers should be cautious in how they approach pay ratios as they could be too simplistic

The vice-chancellor pay debate: An HRD's view

Part of the challenge with the university sector is that people compare senior pay here with the public sector

Reward and remuneration