Half of firms are honouring pay rises agreed before coronavirus crisis struck, ...

Half of firms are honouring pay rises agreed before coronavirus crisis struck, study shows One in four companies deferring annual pay awards until later in the year  More than a fifth of firms have frozen pay until the end of 2020 amid crisis  Six per cent of those surveyed said they have made additional payments to staff 

By Sebastian Murphy-bates For Mailonline

Published: 12:05 BST, 9 April 2020 | Updated: 14:49 BST, 9 April 2020

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Half of employers are sticking to previously-made decisions on wage reviews and giving staff pay rises, a new study suggests.

Incomes Data Research said its findings indicated that one in two firms which had already made a decision on their 2020 pay award will honour the agreed increases for workers, despite the impact of the coronavirus lockdown.

One in four are deferring annual pay awards until later in the year, while over a fifth have frozen pay for 2020.

Half of employers are sticking to previously-made decisions on wage reviews and giving staff pay rises (pictured: Chancellor Rishi Sunak)

Half of employers are sticking to previously-made decisions on wage reviews and giving staff pay rises (pictured: Chancellor Rishi Sunak)

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