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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)

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)

  • 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%


Pay trends by level of role


Comparison of salary levels for Executive roles in English and Welsh Associations


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)

  • 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)

  • 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)

  • 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


What’s just around the corner?


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

  • Get aligned – total spend, not salary focus

  • Innovative design

  • Education, education, financial education

  • Personalise for me

  • Benefits - tell me more…


More strategic approach to communication of reward


Automatic Enrolment

  • Staging Dates

  • Employer responsibilities

  • Communication

  • Education

  • Implementation


Personalising reward choices

  • ‘My Reward’

  • Mixing baseline benefits and personal choice

  • Learn from consumer marketing

  • Easy technology tools to support


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


First signs of economic growth...


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Any Questions?


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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