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INSTITUTE OF PERSONNEL & DEVELOPMENT MEMBERS EARN MORE

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The Yorkshire Post (section B, page 1) covers the national conference of the Institute of Personnel and Development...
The Yorkshire Post (section B, page 1) covers the national conference of the Institute of Personnel and Development. The main news from the conference is that Reward, the pay research organisation, has found, after interviewing 7,157 personnel staff in 1,500 firms, that IPD Fellows who were directors earned£10,000 more than non-member colleagues. Senior managers earned£2,000 to£7,500 more and middle and junior managers were£20 to£80 a week better off.

The Post leads with IPD president Michael Bett's speech made last night, in which he told members that they must support the government's 'New Deal' and 'Welfare to Work' programme. He concluded that the old work front must adapt, and 'continuous learning' is key to that.
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