Pay and benefits
- Unison conference looks for two-tier fight. Day, Karen // Public Finance;6/14/2002, p10
Reports on the decision of Unison to reverse its support for the ministerial proposals of the British government on two-tier workforce in June 2002. Opposition of the union to privatization; Proposal on the development of a code of practice for outsourced staff; Statement issued by Unison...
- Anger over failed pay trigger industrial action talks could by unions. Parish, Colin // Nursing Standard;7/25/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 46, p6
The article reports that the failure of the government to pay nurses and other National Health Services workers' compensation has triggered them to conduct an industrial action in England. The Unison's health sector was seemed sure to trigger an industrial action ballot if final talks do not...
- Salary survey reveals social worker pay gap. // Community Care;11/26/2009, Issue 1797, p4
The article presents results of a survey conducted by Unison, which has found that senior social workers are paid nearly 3% less on average than teachers and 11 % less than police officers with equivalent levels of experience. The survey found that the average salary for newly qualified social...
- Pay awards hit a 20-year low says CBI report. // Engineer (00137758);2/22/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7590, p14
Reports on the decline in wage deals in Great Britain in three months to January 2002. Average manufacturing pay deals.
- THE PREVAILING-WAGE PRINCIPLE AND PUBLIC WAGE DECISIONS. Lewin, David // Public Personnel Management;Nov/Dec74, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p473
Focuses on the prevailing-wage principle and public wage decisions in the U.S. Fundamental intentions of governmental prevailing-wage provisions; Principle behind governmental wage-determination; Significance of economic and political factors on the emergence of decision rules; Implications of...
- Pay and Benefits. // People Management;05/06/99, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p13
Presents update on pay and benefits in Great Britain. European Union ministers' proposal to change the salary system in a bid to end speculation that MEPs misuse taxpayers' money; Decrease in pay settlements.
- Assessing the Determinants of Male Earnings Dispersion. Taylor, Karl // Economic Issues;Sep2002, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p35
Examines the developments in the British wage structure over the period 1973 to 1995. Components of earnings dispersion; Trends in within-group earnings dispersion; Impact of factors capable of explaining within-group earnings dispersion.
- It ain't what you do. Bartram, Peter // Food Manufacture;Dec99, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p6
Focuses on competence-based employee compensation. Advantages and disadvantages; Accounting problems resulting from the implementation of the said compensation scheme; Improvement in employees' performance and achievement of corporate goals.
- What a performance! Werry, Will // Public Finance;6/24/94, p20
Discusses the various aspects of performance-related pay in Great Britain. Implications of performance-related pay for employees; Objectives of giving bonus pay; Misgivings about extension of bonus pay to employees.