In July, Unite Debt Advice Network (UDAN) found that a significant number of debt advisers are not expecting a pay increase this year.
UDAN has now launched a comprehensive survey of pay and working hours in debt advice workplaces.
This builds on the findings in the IMA’s 2019 Salaries in the debt advice sector report, and we are looking in more detail at working hours, other remuneration, how pay awards are decided, and inequalities in pay.
This survey is aimed at everyone working in a free-to-client debt advice service in the UK, and we want to hear from union members and non-members to get the fullest possible picture.
The survey is anonymous and does not ask for any information which could identify you or your employer.
You can access the survey at https://tinyurl.com/UDAN-survey-2022
Please share this link with your colleagues and encourage them to complete it.
The survey will close on 30th September, and we will publish the full findings in a report later in the year.