In the media | 30 Jun 2022

Fear and Greed: Your guide to salaries & payrises in 2022

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With an unemployment rate of just 3.9%, and a shortage of workers across a whole range of sectors, there’s a lot of pressure on wages to rise. But do employee expectations exceed what employers are willing to pay?

Kristian Kolding is the Head of Consulting at BIS Oxford Economics, and was part of the panel of experts who discussed the key findings from the HAYS Salary Guide FY22/2023. He talks to Adam Lang about salaries across a range of sectors, and whether now’s a good time to ask for a payrise.

Listen to the full interview below:

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