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The 2013 CHC survey results (and some practical tips for 2014). Rachel Stone Partner, People Management. January 2014. Context. October 2013 results show a slight fall in unemployment in Wales (8.0% down from 8.9% at the same time last year)

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the 2013 chc survey results and some practical tips for 2014

The 2013 CHC survey results (and some practical tips for 2014)

Rachel Stone

Partner, People Management

January 2014

context
Context
  • October 2013 results show a slight fall in unemployment in Wales (8.0% down from 8.9% at the same time last year)
  • RPI has continued to fall, from 3.1% in December 2012 to 2.7% in December2013
  • CPI now at 2.0%
  • RPI and CPI predicted to riseslightly in next few months
  • Nationally, pay settlements running at 2.0%
key messages from our ha executive reward survey
Key Messages from our HA Executive Reward Survey
  • Year on year executive pay has increased by 3.2%
  • Median expected rise is 2%, with 59% expected to award between 1% and 2%
  • Less than 1/3rd of HA Executive receiving bonus
  • Car Allowances steady at 8% of base pay
  • 65% of associations expect staff numbers to remain steady, 26% expect growth
key themes for welsh has 1
Key Themes for Welsh HAs (1)
  • The gap between general housing and supported housing pay is remaining constant
  • Half of organisations continue with pay restraint
  • Half of associations expect staff numbers to stay constant
  • A third expect increase linked to business growth or diversification
key themes for welsh has 2
Key Themes for Welsh HAs (2)
  • Recruitment challenge is for technical and skilled support roles
  • Community networks trump job centres
  • Succession planning still informal in most associations
  • Staff turnover increased from 11.2% to 12.9%
  • 71.6% of leavers left the housing sector completely
key themes for welsh has 3
Key Themes for Welsh HAs (3)
  • Sickness absence levels increased slightly (3.5% to 3.8%)
  • Stress is still the most common cause of long term absence
  • Enhanced benefits still key, including family friendly, annual leave and flexible working – now taken as the norm
  • Training spend increasing to an average of £617 last year
hot topics in reward for 2014 it s all down to cost
Hot topics in reward for 2014 – It’s all down to cost ….
  • Ongoing impact of the “Personalisation Agenda”
  • Changing economic environment
  • Automatic enrolment
hot topics forward thinking
Hot topics – forward thinking
  • Get aligned – total spend, not salary focus
  • Innovative design
  • Education, education, financial education
  • Personalise for me
  • Benefits - tell me more…
automatic enrolment
Automatic Enrolment
  • Staging Dates
  • Employer responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Education
  • Implementation
personalising reward choices
Personalising reward choices
  • ‘My Reward’
  • Mixing baseline benefits and personal choice
  • Learn from consumer marketing
  • Easy technology tools to support
housing sector requests
Housing sector requests
  • Very specific role benchmarking
  • Moving away from ranges and towards spot salaries
  • Improving value and ‘fit’ of benefits spend
  • Longer term exec pay models
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Any Questions?

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Disclaimer

This presentation is of a general nature and is not a substitute for professional advice. No responsibility can be accepted for the consequences of any action taken or refrained from as a result of what is said.

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