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Bonus bonanza at university campus in strip-club scandal | Education | The Guardian
The figures, released following a freedom of information request, showed that 19 grade 10 and 11 staff – such as heads of faculties, pro vice-chancellors and deputy vice-chancellors – shared a bonus pot of more than £181,000 last year. In 2016, 21 members of staff were given more than £150,000 in bonuses. In 2015, 17 staff shared £149,986 and in 2014, 11 staff shared almost £134,000.
foieg  education  pay 
4 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
GenderGap.AFRICA
GenderGap.AFRICA is a tool designed to help users calculate the gender pay gap in any African country.

The tool uses Estimated Earned Income data from the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report 2017. The calculator isn’t designed to give breakdowns for each industry: it instead captures the average gender gap across all sectors within a country. Gender Gap here represents the gap between men and women in pay.

This site is a StoryLab project by Code for Africa. All content is released under a Creative Commons 4 Attribution license. You are free to reuse it to help empower your own community.
africa  gender  pay  dj 
5 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
BBC stalls on 76% of equal pay claims | News | The Times
Most grievances (76 per cent) remain in dispute, with 22 cases still pending as of June, according to internal figures disclosed by the BBC in response to a freedom of information request by The Times. Even the seven “resolved” cases could include instances where the complainant has yet to accept a pay increase recommended as a result of the grievance process.
The statistics will fuel concern that the BBC is failing to act quickly enough to address pay inequalities exposed by…

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foieg  BBC  gender  pay  dj 
10 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
Is Capital or Labor Winning at Your Favorite Company? Introducing the Marx Ratio - The New York Times
The Marx Ratio, as we’re calling it, captures the relationship between a company’s profits — the return to capital, on a per-employee basis — and how much its median employee is compensated, a rough proxy for the return to labor.

Companies with high Marx Ratios offer particularly strong rewards to their shareholders relative to workers. For example, the pharmaceutical company Pfizer had a Marx Ratio of 2.64, meaning the per-employee earnings captured by shareholders were about 2.6 times as high as the compensation a typical employee received. Numbers below 1 signal the reverse: a more favorable return to labor. The Marx Ratio of 0.498 for the health insurer Aetna means that it earned only half as much per worker for its shareholders as it paid its median employee.
pay  inequality  dj  nytimes  Marx  accounts  t  accountseg 
may 2018 by paulbradshaw
Large companies have published their gender pay gap figures: How does yours compare?
6,947 pay men more (78.1%) 1,213 pay women more (13.6%) 730 claim they have a median pay gap of exactly 0% (8.2%)
gender  pay  dj  baddata 
april 2018 by paulbradshaw
Gender pay gaps in academy school chains among the worst in UK | News | The Guardian
Women working in academy school chains suffer some of the worst gender pay gaps in the UK, according to the Guardian’s analysis of data received through the government’s national survey of gender and pay.
dj  education  academies  pay  gender  t 
march 2018 by paulbradshaw
Those eye-popping 6.5% to 29% NHS pay rises are a lie – and I can prove it – doctoroxford.com
once you deduct the increase in salary these staff members would have received anyway on the old payscale (from £31,696 to £35,577 = 12.24%), you find the headline figure of 29% shrinks down to an actual pay rise of 16.8%.
pay  nhs  factcheck  health  t 
march 2018 by paulbradshaw
Gender pay gap: Charity questions accuracy of data - BBC News
In response to new rules requiring businesses to publish pay figures, a number claimed to have 50% male and 50% female staff.

The government said this was "statistically improbable" and called on firms to check their information.
dj  baddata  gender  employment  bbcdu  pay 
february 2018 by paulbradshaw
Mine is just one story of inequality among many, but I hope it will help you understand why I feel obliged to speak out.
In the past four years, the BBC has had four international editors - two men and two women. The Equality Act 2010 states that men and women doing equal work must receive equal pay. But last July I learned that in the previous financial year, the two men earned at least 50% more than the two women.
bbc  gender  pay 
january 2018 by paulbradshaw
Where is the best place to be a woman in Britain? - BBC News
The National Centre for Social Research analysis factored in issues such as the gender pay gap and education.
It used data from a number of sources, including the Office for National statistics' 2016 Annual Population Survey and the 2011 Census covering England, Wales and Scotland but not Northern Ireland.
Of the 380 local authorities analysed, East Dunbartonshire came out top for women, rating highly on a number of factors, from happiness to access to green spaces - and top-scoring on general living and wellbeing.
bbc  dj  t  gender  radio  womanshour  pay 
september 2017 by paulbradshaw
Does your job pay less than it did five years ago? - BBC News
But for some workers skills shortages mean pay has shot up. So is your job on the rise or is it time to explore the market? Try out our calculator, then scroll down to find out the jobs market's winners and losers...
pay  dj  bbcvj  employment  interactive  calculator  t 
september 2017 by paulbradshaw
Gender pay gap widening at one in four government bodies, figures show | Politics | The Guardian
It will take the civil service more than 37 years to achieve pay equality between men and women, and one in four government departments and agencies have seen the gender pay gap widen over the past decade, according to a Guardian analysis.

Data shows that the average male civil servant in 2017 is paid £28,280 and the average female employee £24,680 – a gap of £3,600 or 13%, down only slightly from 15% in 2010.
dj  t  gender  pay  Guardian 
august 2017 by paulbradshaw
Some workers earning less than four years ago, figures show - BBC News
been a 14% increase in the number of people working for themselves with government analysis estimating such a section of the workforce earn around half as much as regular employees.
dj  pay  Welfare  tobot 
august 2016 by paulbradshaw
NHS agency pay caps breached more than 50,000 times a week - BBC News
NHS agency pay caps breached more than 50,000 times a week - great work by the BBC data unit
bbcdu  health  pay 
may 2016 by paulbradshaw
Special issue: Interrogating Internships
A whole journal full of research about unpaid internships and the creative sector
Research  ojjobs  employment  internships  workexperience  placements  pay 
october 2015 by paulbradshaw
As podcasts grow, the podcast freelance economy takes shape » Nieman Journalism Lab
The pay scale is set on three levels based on the type of piece being produced, the length of the piece, and the producer’s experience level. Level 1 pieces are the lengthiest and most time-consuming to produce. AIR’s suggested rates range for $1,500 for a Level 1 story from a very experienced producer to $375 for a Level 3 story from a novice. AIR also suggests rates for charging for podcast pilot ideas, tape syncs, and other types of work.
podcasts  pay  freelance 
july 2015 by paulbradshaw
Dr John Sentamu: For millions of people, work is no longer a way out of poverty - Comment - Voices - The Independent
Today, we release our first report on the scale of the problem of low pay in Britain.
The issue is one that strikes to the heart of the moral fabric of our society. For the very first time the majority of households in poverty in Britain have at least one person working. The nature of poverty in Britain is changing dramatically. For millions of hard-pressed people, work is no longer a route out of poverty.
Welfare  HMITWT  poverty  pay 
february 2014 by paulbradshaw
GPs' pay: Number of doctors earning £100,000 has quadrupled, report shows - Telegraph
number of family doctors earning more than £100,000 a year has quadrupled in less than a decade, according to evidence submitted to the annual NHS pay review.

Official documents show that more than 16,000 GPs are being paid six-figure sums, including more than 600 on more than £200,000.
gp  pay  Health  HMITWT 
january 2014 by paulbradshaw
NHS staff receive millions in overpayments because of payroll blunders - Telegraph
Poor record-keeping and audit means thousands of workers are likely to be receiving overpayments, by systems which keep paying staff after they have left, while in other cases, doctors have been paid “on-call supplements” for shifts they did not work.
Research by authors from the London School of Economics and the Policy Analysis Centre said audit reports found that Barts and the London trust made overpayments of around £1 million a year for at least two years, with one doctor paid an extra £126,000 over three years for duties he did not perform.
HMITWT  Health  pay 
january 2014 by paulbradshaw
Half Revealed: The NHS fat cat executives and their pay offs | David Hencke
Nine months after the last Primary Care Trust and Strategic Health Authority closed down in England the ministry is stalling on releasing the names of people who have walked off with payments of anything between £100,000 and £600,000 plus.
health  HMITWT  pay 
december 2013 by paulbradshaw
Pay Me Please - See which media organizations owe journalists money | Beacon
RT @LyraMcKee: Love this: @BeaconReader names and shames publishers who don’t pay freelance journalists for work they’ve done
freelance  data  pay  journalism  Crowdsourcing 
november 2013 by paulbradshaw
Ministers wage war on 'antiquated and unfair’ NHS pay rise system - Telegraph
In evidence to an independent pay review body, the Department of Health has attacked an “antiquated and unfair” scheme which means automatic pay rises for millions of staff, simply for time served.
The document warns that hospitals now “face a stark choice” — to cut jobs and jeopardise patient care, or to reform pay, which takes up two thirds of the NHS budget.
health  hmitwt  pay 
october 2013 by paulbradshaw
How will commissioning affect my income? - Pulse
GPs taking up CCG posts will usually continue to be involved in their practice.
There are three possible ways to adapt profit share when a partner is absent for a number of sessions:
• partnership profit share will be reduced in line with the reduction in sessions worked
• full profit share will remain and the first tranche of percentage share will be from income earned from the CCG
• a mixture of these two solutions.
In any instance, your practice accountant must ensure the accounting treatment is transparent and fair.
pay  ccg 
september 2012 by paulbradshaw
24% of journalists earn less than £20k | Media | guardian.co.uk
The majority of those taking the survey work for regional weekly and daily newspapers. Other respondents work for B2B magazines, web based news sites, national newspapers and consumer magazines.
The largest group of respondents (46.4%) are newspaper reporters, followed by editors and sub-editors (13.1% and 12.4% respectively).
Nel told HoldTheFrontPage: "Given that there are an estimated 40,000 journalists in the UK, we still need at least 120 more respondents for us to have reasonable confidence in the findings."
pay  research  journalism 
august 2011 by paulbradshaw
Jon Slattery: Striking editor reveals Johnston Press editorial pay
Speaking at an NUJ meeting in London last night, Oldfield said his annual pay after 37 years in journalism, which has included working for the national press, is £25,500. Oldfield said trainee journalists at South Yorkshire Newspapers were on £14,000; page designers £15,000; senior reporters £18,000; and assistant editors £24,000.
pay  journalism 
july 2011 by paulbradshaw
IDS Pay - IDSPay.co.uk
IDSPay.co.uk is a new and unique online repository of all remuneration data collected by IDS, including data from Pay Report, Pay Benchmark and Executive Compensation Review.

The service makes this comprehensive set of pay data accessible in one place for the first time, enabling you to search and interrogate all the available information on pay levels, settlements and executive compensation. In addition to this, advanced reporting functionality allows you to export charts, graphs and tables of need-to-know information to help you compile reports and benchmark against your competitors.
data  pay  wages  employment 
june 2011 by paulbradshaw
Low pay data
Second spreadsheet has a tab by region
data  wages  employment  pay 
september 2010 by paulbradshaw
Demographic Story Coming to the Fore | The Big Picture
Shortly after the minimum wage was raised last year, the right-wing chorus rose up and began to assert that the rise in teen unemployment was directly attributable to the more generous pay scale. To my eye, and based on numbers I’d crunched, I thought demographics were much more at play (note: that’s “much more,” not “exclusively”), and said so here last September:
dj  pay  us 
july 2010 by paulbradshaw
Spalpeen :: Civil servant pay above the Prime Minister
Testing out Tableau public, with a custom view of the information just released on those civil servants on pay grades above the Prime Minister.
conradqh  tableau  dj  pay 
july 2010 by paulbradshaw
'Pay journalists better' says committee report
They welcomed the decision by the Scottish Government to drop plans to allow councils to publish public notices only online - which would have led to a loss in advertising for newspapers.
statutoryads  scotland  committee  pay  journalism 
july 2010 by paulbradshaw
The AWL: Cash-for-traffic scheme underway at New York Observer | Journalism.co.uk Editors' Blog
The New York Observer has instigated a new cash reward scheme for its staff. There are five categories: pageviews; posts; Twitter followers; comments; and external pickups.

In each of the five categories there will be a $500 dollar bonus for the staffer with the highest number, and $350 for the runner up.
businessmodels  incentives  pay  journalism  nyobserver  us 
may 2010 by paulbradshaw
How Much Do Top Tier Bloggers and Social Media Consultants Get Paid? We Asked Them! - ReadWriteWeb
Most people who are paid to blog are paid per post. What kinds of rates are our respondents seeing? The low end of the scale was $10 per post for very short posts. Almost everyone else said they were paid $25 per post. One person said they were paid $80 per post! One respondent said they were paid $200 per item of long-form writing; bloggers often do other kinds of writing as well.
bloggers  blogging  pay  readwriteweb  onlinejournalism 
october 2008 by paulbradshaw

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