Paydata’s Pay and Benefits Survey for Independent Schools has been designed to provide invaluable market intelligence and inform reward decisions.
What is the Pay and Benefits Survey for Independent Schools?
With changes to teachers pension arrangements, continued skills and labour market shortages and the challenge of a wide gender pay gap in the sector, it has never been more important for independent schools to take an informed approach to their pay and reward strategy.
The Pay and Benefits Survey for Independent Schools has been designed to meet the needs of independent schools, including ISBA members and provides employers with valuable, accurate and specific external market data to inform reward decisions and enable employers to address these issues.
Available only to participants and timed to inform the forthcoming 2020 pay review, the comprehensive, personalised report includes:
Pay, detailed by role, highlighting the employer's market position both nationally and regionally
Benefits market practice, detailed by seniority
Market intelligence within the sector and across all sectors for relevant support roles
Comprehensive Gender Pay Reporting analysis
Flexible data collection options - minimise your time and resources
Easy interpretation by comparing your mean and median pay rates to external market rates
Having worked in partnership with sector employers, the survey covers job roles in the following key areas:
Management - e.g. Chief Operating Officer, Director of Finance, Bursar, Head of Admissions
Teaching - e.g. Deputy Head, Head of Sixth Form, Chaplain, Head of Boarding
General Classroom / Teaching Staff - e.g. History, English, Music, Support for Learning
Support - e.g. Teaching Assistants, Head of Maintenance, Librarian, Housemaster, School Nurse
Benefits of Independent Schools Pay and Benefits Survey membership
Best market practice
Determine market practice on pay and benefits for key Independent School roles across the UK.
Compare relevant employers
Compare your organisation with relevant employers that operate within the sector and the general market.
Latest market intelligence
Access to the latest market trends to make evidence-based pay decisions.
Inform your internal decisions in a highly competitive labour market to support your recruitment and retention strategy.
Additional reward support available, including identifying and addressing potential equal pay/opportunity issues.
Survey membership costs £850 plus VAT for a 12-month subscription to the survey, which includes: