Take part in Pay and Reward Survey 2021

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The National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) has launched its 2021 Pay and Reward Survey

The purpose of this survey is to gather pay and reward rates across the sector, so that they can be benchmarked and shared with both the NAS membership and also any additional contributors to the survey. The NAS aims to complete this exercise on an annual basis, so that trends in pay and reward can be identified.

The survey is being launched at a time that colleagues at the Construction Industry Joint Council (CIJC) are negotiating pay and conditions with the Trades Unions, GMB and Unite. However, it is a reality that many employers are already paying in excess of the Working Rule Agreement (WRA) rates to attract and retain employees. The NAS’ Pay and Reward Survey 2021 will help place the outcome of the negotiations in the context of the sector’s true pay and reward rates.

The survey will be open from Tuesday, 4 May 2021 through to Wednesday, 30 June 2021. It features conditional questioning and should take roughly 5 minutes to complete – providing you have a good understanding of pay and reward within your organisation.

Any information supplied will be held in confidence by the NAS and will be reported back in a way that guarantees that no individual or company can be identified. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the NAS on: 01883 624961, or email: enquiries@shopfitters.org.

Salary Benchmarking helps employers to better understand the job market. It is an important exercise for all employers to undertake, so that they can understand the changing trends on salaries, benefits and compensation in their sector. Having a strong understanding of pay can lead to improved employee retention, productivity, and help businesses plan for the future. I encourage all companies within the sector - NAS member or not - to contribute to the survey. 

James Filus, NAS Director
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