HR sector sees biggest pay increases

Scott, Anna
July 2007
People Management;7/12/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 14, p10
The article reports on the increase in the earnings of HR managers in Great Britain according to the 2007 National Management Salary Survey. The survey revealed that the earnings of HR managers have risen above the national average for managers and the HR sector has received the highest pay rises. This comes as earnings drop for the first time in four years and bonuses become less frequent. The survey also revealed that resignations in the HR sector had increased.


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