June 2011
People Management;Jun2011, p16
This section offers labor-related news briefs in Great Britain as of June 2011. According to Imelda Walsh, former Sainbury's human resources director (HRD), HR professionals have a key role to play in communicating the value of regular pensions saving to employees. New data has revealed that median pay rises in the country have stabilised at 2.5 per cent. An independent report into inequality has revealed that the country's top earners have seen their incomes rise 64 per cent in the past 11 years.


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