Most staff complaints are still about pay and hours

first_img Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article • The results of the 1999 pay and working time survey reflect the answers ofsenior managers in 212 organisations reporting on a workforce of more than427,000.According to the study, an increase in the opportunities for part-time workhas been a major recruitment and retention tool in retail and the NHS.Many respondents said they want to introduce more flexible working orindividual pay but are deterred by the practical difficulties and uncertainreturns from such a move.The managers said most employee complaints relate to low basic rates of payand long hours compared with other comparable organisations. But most said theybelieve staff are reasonably satisfied. Most staff complaints are still about pay and hoursOn 21 Mar 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more