Procurement professionals in the UK are receiving an average of 5.3% more than than the average UK pay increase, but the gender pay gap is still a cause for concern
Procurement professionals in the UK are receiving an average of 5.3% more than than the average UK pay increase, but the gender pay gap is still a cause for concern

The Index: UK procurement pay rises outstrip average

3 May 2017

The CIPS/Hays salary surveys reveal a continuing enthusiasm for the profession in all regions, and an ongoing skills concern

While the average UK pay increase is 2.2%, procurement professionals in the UK are receiving an average of 5.3% more, up on last year’s 5%. Things are looking good for procurement in general, said Scott Dance, Hays Procurement and Supply Chain director, at the launch of the 2017 CIPS/Hays Salary Guide. “In the private sector and professional services sector we’ve seen slightly more increases around 7.5%, so it seems to be a pretty buoyant market.” The results are based on a survey of over 4,000 procurement staff over 25 offices.

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