UK Temp Worker Salaries See Modest Rise
27 July 2012 (PLANSPONSOREurope.com) – Average salaries for temporary worker have seen a modest rise for the third consecutive month in June according to Office Angels’ mysalarychecker.com.
In June, advertised temporary salaries rose by an average of 0.02% on May figures, which is a 0.05% increase on June 2011. In an indication that salaries are remaining stable, all temporary roles, from PA to customer services to telesales, saw an increase in salary on May figures throughout the UK.
Salaries for permanent roles reveal a more varied picture:
• Nationally, salaries for customer services roles experienced a significant decrease of -7.38% on June 2011 figures
• Across the South and East of England, East Midlands and Yorkshire and Humber, advertised salaries for all permanent roles in June had increased on May 2012 figures
• Permanent salaries in other regions remained broadly consistent but London bucked this trend, with salaries for administrative, office manager, secretarial and retail roles declining since the previous month
• Salary decrease was most significant for office managers in London – permanent salary reduced -0.26% since May, considerably higher than the national month on month decease for the role of -0.05%.