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Results based on: Salary management

UK employees are expected to receive a real-terms salary increase of 0.4 percent after inflation in 2022, approximately £127 per annum before tax.

Salaries for workers in Hong Kong are forecast to increase by 3.2% on average next year, 0.7% higher than in 2021.

Employees based in Singapore are expected to see a salary increase of 3.5% next year, up from 2.8% this year.

Lee Quane, Mark Harrison and Anna Michielsen explore highlights from our recent Salary Trends Survey. Find out whether pay trends have recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic, and what to expect in 2022.

Will an individual's spending power be maintained if they move to work in a different country? This free white paper compares local salaries for managers in 58 countries in terms of relative buying power, showing at a glance which international moves will be viable on local terms.

Following our latest Salary Trends Survey, we look at how the Covid-19 pandemic impacted local salary awards in 2020 and what may be ahead in 2021.

While most UK professionals received a better than expected 1.7 percent real salary increase this year due to low inflation, one in three companies have initiated a pay freeze.

Salaries in Singapore are forecast to rise to 3.0% in 2021 - up from 2.5% this year.

Salaries in Hong Kong are forecast to rise by 3% in 2021, an increase from 2.1% this year.

Lee Quane, Regional Director, and Mark Harrison, Associate Director explore findings from our recent Salary Trends Survey providing insight into the impact the events of 2020 have had on salary trends in the APAC region.