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A separate research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development found that 46 for each cent of companies no longer adjust pay annually in line with cost of living, offering increases instead in accordance to individual or collective input and inflation. In order for these kinds of pay rise decisions to work, the report said the structure needed to be communicated sufficiently to workers – something which only a third of organisations are confident actually happens. Charles Cotton from the CIPD said staff members were often left bewildered as to your effect – if any – changes to their pay or reward packages would have on their role. He advised that companies invest in training line managers to communicate such issues effectively.