Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) managers employed in the UK typically earn salaries in the range from £30,891 to £63,700 a year including bonuses, with the median salary at £44,422 a year according to Payscale. The reported bonuses amount to up to £9,863 a year.
HRIS managers' salaries can vary depending on a number of factors, which include location, skill set, industry, the size of the company or organization that employs them, and previous work experience. Mid-career professionals typically earn between £31,779 and £55,138 a year, with the median salary at £43,552 a year and annual bonuses in the amount of up to £6,153.
Experienced HRIS managers generally have salaries in the range from £39,199 to £76,026 a year including bonuses, which range from £4,000 to £6,250 a year according to Payscale. The average salary for experienced professionals is £48,455 a year.
London-based HRIS managers generally have better salaries than those employed elsewhere in the UK. They typically earn from £31,278 to £76,026 a year including bonuses, which can amount to up to £10,304 a year. The median salary for HRIS managers employed in London is £46,118 a year.
HRIS managers who are new to the position typically earn between £24,864 and £61,752 a year including bonuses, with the median salary at £39,303 a year according to Payscale. The yearly bonuses range from £0 to £9,933 a year.
Starting salaries are slightly higher in London. They generally range from £25,168 to £63,571 a year, with the average salary around £42,379 a year.
The average contract rate for information systems managers employed in the UK is £288 per day according to IT Jobs Watch.
The median hourly wage for HRIS managers working 8 hours a day, 250 days a year is £25.5 according to MySalary.co.uk.
General salary information
The average salary for HRIS managers working in the UK is £51,000 a year according to MySalary.co.uk. The median salary has been steady in recent years, but has increased significantly since 2008, when the average salary for the profession was £40,000 a year.
HRIS managers' salaries can vary significantly depending on location. For example, HRIS managers employed in London earn £55,591 a year on average, those working in the North West make £44,880 a year, HRIS managers based in Yorkshire and the North East earn £40,800 a year, those working in the South West make £44,370 a year, professionals employed in the South East earn £52,530 a year, those based in the East of England earn around £42,330 a year, and managers based in the Midlands earn an average salary of £47,430 a year. HRIS managers employed in Scotland make £43,350 a year, and those based in Northern Ireland earn a median salary of £45,900 a year.
HRIS managers' salaries can increase significantly with age. Managers in their 20s earn £38,250 a year on average, those in their 30s make £49,980 a year, while professionals in their 40s and 50s earn around £59,160 a year.
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