In 2004 the Quality and Outcomes Framework was developed to combat GP’s dissatisfaction regarding pay and working conditions, a major component being performance related pay. Fast forward 10 years and shifts away from performance pay are now occurring. Thomas Allen, research fellow in Health Economics examines whether removing the measure will impact the working lives of GPs: The Quality […]
Earlier this month David Cameron set out plans to force large firms to reveal data on the gender pay among their staff. Here Jill Rubery explores the possibilities and pitfalls of the policy. The rather surprising conversion of the Cameron government to the need for large organisations to conduct and publish equal pay audits has […]
I’ve been asked to post this important ‘think piece’ by a group of World Bank and OECD officials about the issues concerning the pay of private sector managers of banks and other institutions that have been effectively nationalised. There is also an on-line survey that the authors would like completed Link to on-line survey. Please pass […]
One thing that the current financial crisis ought to do is raise a serious debate amongst public policy makers about pay for performance – in the private and public sectors.