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Economic Outlook – October 2017

The Bank of England’s monetary policy committee (MPC) has raised the interest rates to 0.5% –                                                                                […]

Rail Rolling Stock & Maintenance Roles survey headlines

If you’d like more information or support with areas of reward, please contact our Construction, Engineering and Rail Sector Lead, Peter Fairchild, via peter@qcg.co.uk

Project Management, Engineering & Technical Roles survey headlines

If you’d like more information or benchmarking, please contact our Construction, Engineering and Rail Sector Lead, Peter Fairchild, via peter@qcg.co.uk

Why you should use a structured approach to employee engagement

4 good reasons informed by our experience in helping clients make the most of employee engagement results

Economic Outlook – August 2017

Inflation is higher than current pay settlements in the run up to 2018 pay review talks.

A high-stakes game: The 2018 pay increase landscape in the UK

Recent cross-sector research from QCG showed estimated pay increases for 2018 in the UK hovering around 2.5%. Despite some degree of variation across sectors, the overall pattern at the moment is for pay increases in 2018 to be approx. 0.5% higher than they were in 2017. But the fact remains that, with inflation edging towards […]

Inside the BBC – Creative, Competitive & Courageous

The BBC has published the pay received by their biggest stars in their annual corporate report. Public reaction has been on two major issues: The number of employees who earn more than £150,000 in a year; The ratio of those employees earning over £150,000 who are female.

Can’t buy me love – How higher pay DOES NOT mean higher engagement

And so the song goes “Can’t buy me love… I don’t care too much for money, money can’t buy me love”. Who would have thought that more than 50 years later these words would be ringing true in HR.

Paying for a bad name

The issue: Among many economic and political issues of the day one ‘ticking time bomb’ is flying well under the radar – which should be of concern to HR and reward leaders across all sectors.

Millennials in the Workplace

I’ve lost count of the number of times in HR conferences I’ve been to, in conversations with my friends (yes I have at least one friend), and in conversations at work, where someone has called me a millennial. On the surface, this is fine. I’m born in 1990, therefore the demographic label fits. However, I […]