April 2011
People Management;Apr2011, p8
This section offers news briefs relating to employee performance and reward in Great Britain, including figures from Incomes Data Services showing that average pay rises in the private sector have increased towards three percent in 2011, a proposed overhaul in police pay and conditions in the "Windsor Report" and retail company John Lewis' encouragement of staff to reinvest their bonuses in the firm.


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