Dealing with the legacy of pension schemes has been a critical issue for some firms. This study suggests that while they’ve been able to pass on a proportion of costs to their existing workforce who are 'locked-in' to existing schemes, it can trigger a rush for the exit.
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Mark Beatson, Senior Labour Market Analyst
Mark's respected labour market analysis and commentary strengthens the CIPD’s ability to lead thinking and influence policy making across the whole spectrum of people management and workplace issues.
Prior to joining the CIPD, Mark was an economic consultant and for over 20 years worked as an economist in the Civil Service, latterly at Chief Economist/Director level, in a range of Government departments including the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS), the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and HM Treasury.
Introduces the basics of reward, which includes pay and benefits, and outlines the UK legal position
Outlines the purpose of pay structures and progression, including the common ways of structuring pay and determining, reviewing and controlling pay progression
This research outlines recommendations for making feedback discussions more constructive, with advice on becoming a good listener and learning about how relationships affect the uptake of feedback
Evaluating the pros and cons of working in shared office spaces, and how they impact on productivity
Research investigates what factors influence employees’ responses to electronic performance monitoring
An examination of how strong channels for employee voice has the potential to drive the effectiveness of high-performance management practices