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Pay and reward

How you choose to design pay and reward structures to attract, retain and motivate employees can be a key differentiator in a competitive market for talent, and make a real contribution to the commercial success of your business.

Need help?

To discuss your particular pay and reward issues, why not speak to one of our consultants at 0808 168 5874.

Ask us about your pay and reward challenges.

What we can do

We work with you and your teams to create robust pay, benefit and reward systems that line up with big-picture business strategy. Our HR specialists are ideally placed to provide expert guidance on the following:

  • Pay research and benchmarking exercises
  • Job evaluation systems
  • Pay, benefit and reward systems
  • Preparing and planning for pay negotiations
  • Trade union negotiations
  • Talent management strategies
  • Gender pay gap reporting support


Read this case study on a job evaluation programme to find out more.

Tools, resources, blogs




At EEF, we have decades of experience in helping businesses  deal with a wide range of pay and reward projects, from pay benchmarking and pay negotiation strategies to undertaking an analytical job evaluation scheme tailored to your business. Our HR and employment law specialists have the expertise to help you through, whatever the situation.

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