Nye Cominetti
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Pay

Will 2019 see a ‘new dawn’ for pay?

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What does 2019 have in store for pay? 2018 was the year in which we left behind the pay squeeze of 2017. Nominal growth increased throughout the year, reaching 3 per cent for the first time in a decade. Will this momentum continue into 2019? The Bank of England thinks so. It forecasts average pay … Continued

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Labour market
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Is wage pressure building?

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To what extent is wage growth picking up? This is an important question, not just for people’s pay packets but also for monetary policy makers in the Bank of England who are weighing up when to raise interest rates further. While nominal pay growth has been rising recently (up to 2.6 per cent in year … Continued

Matthew Whittaker
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Labour market
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Pay

How is the UK’s pay recovery being shared?

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After 12 straight months of real-terms growth, the question on pay has shifted from ‘when will it return?’ to ‘how strong and sustainable is it’? Until now, we’ve been unable to dig any deeper to consider the additional question of ‘who’s gaining?’ but we’ll get some early clues from official data out this Wednesday. Could … Continued

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