Public Administration organisations with less than 1000 employees have hardware expenditure per employee which is less than the UK norm. For large concerns (1000+ employees) there is parity with spend approaching £500 per staff member.
Large Electrical & Optical Manufacturers (1000+ employees) spend 6% of their turnover on IT. This is three times the outlay by all large Manufacturers. For the smaller sized concerns the factor is two.
IT user support staff pay in Food, Drink & Tobacco Manufacturers is lower by between 10% and 25% than that for all Manufacturers, across organisation size. Top pay is £26,000 and £30,000 respectively in the largest concerns (1000+ employees).
Medium sized Accountancy firms experienced their lowest dip in IT expenditure per employee growth during 2008. This was a year earlier than that encountered by all Business Services companies.
Film, Radio & Television concerns with 1000+ employees spend £3,500 per employee on telecommunication services. For medium firms (100-999 employees) the outlay is only £1,000 per staff member whilst the figure for small companies (50-99 employees) is £2,000.
Chemical Manufacturers pay IT strategy & planning staff over 20% more than the rest of Manufacturing. In large concerns (1000+ employees) the pay is over £70k in the Chemical Industry whilst it is around £55k for all Manufacturers.
Oil & Other Fuel companies, with over 1000 employees, employ a similar proportion of IT operations staff to the national norm. For smaller sized organisations the ratios are conspicuously smaller.
Software staff in Advertising companies are paid notably less than their counterparts in Business Services organisations overall. In large firms (1000+ employees) the difference is over £5,000.
Large Pharmaceutical firms (1000+ employees) devote around 2.5% of their turnover to IT whilst the corresponding proportion for all Manufacturers is 2%. The disparity is greater than for other employee bands.
Publishing & Printing companies with 1000+ employees spend half their IT budgets on staff. This is ahead of that for all large Manufacturers. For all other sizes of organisation, Publishers & Printers outlay on IT staff is notably smaller.