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Would you rather have a £2,000 pay rise or work from home one day a week?
This week's poll: Would you rather have a £2,000 pay rise or work from home one day a week?— Building News (@BuildingNews) November 11, 2019
This week's poll: Would you rather have a £2,000 pay rise or work from home one day a week?
>> Contractors’ salary survey 2019: Not all about the money
>> Contractors’ salaries rise at slowest rate for five years
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Wage inflation among contractors is subdued, constrained by wider economic uncertainty and doubts over major infrastructure projects
Hays survey for Building shows that narrowing margins are limiting annual average salary increases to 2.8%
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