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19/20 Pay Increase

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by Mrsidney1, Sep 26, 2019.

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Have you had the pay increase?

  1. Yes

    16 vote(s)
    29.6%
  2. No

    38 vote(s)
    70.4%
  1. Mrsidney1

    Mrsidney1 New commenter

    So, the new year has started and the first pay slip for teachers has been handed out (at least from my local authority).

    I was wondering, who has had the 2.75% increase? If so, when were you told about it from the school. If not, has it been mentioned to you or completely ignored?

    Was this supposed to begin in September, and was it mandatory for schools to implement it?
     
  2. frustum

    frustum Star commenter

    I think the increase was only approved a couple of weeks ago. As schools only have to apply it at certain points, they presumably each had to determine their increases (even if those were 2.75% at all pay points), and I suspect it won't all have happened in time for September payrolls. You'll probably get it backdated next month.
     
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  3. Pomza

    Pomza Star commenter

    That’s exactly what will happen. Then any incremental increase will probably come the month after that, also backdated.
     
  4. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    We have just been informed everyone will get their 2.75% in their November paypacket but backdated to September, it has just been agreed by Governors
     
  5. Piranha

    Piranha Star commenter

    I think it should be, but it isn't mandatory for schools to give everybody a 2.75% increase. All that has happened is an increase in the minimum and maximum for each pay band, and as long as schools respect these, they can do whatever they like, as long as they comply with their own pay policy.
     
  6. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    No increase and nothing said, which is a bit odd because an email has gone out telling support staff they will get their increases in October (backdated to September).
     
  7. beckie_davies

    beckie_davies New commenter

    I thought it was supposed to be backdated to April? We haven't heard anything yet.
     
  8. Rott Weiler

    Rott Weiler Star commenter Forum guide

    Yes this ^^^

    And the min/max increase is only statutory in LA schools. Academies that have adopted STPCD would also have to follow it under their own pay policies. Academies not using STPCD can ignore it completely if they want to (other than for any TUPE staff).

    Under STPCD it backdates to 1st September, it always has done. An academy not using STPCD could theoretically backdate to April if it wanted to but I've not heard of one doing that. Check your pay policy or ask your union rep.
     
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  9. moscowbore

    moscowbore Star commenter

    What Rott said. Academies do not need to give any pay rise.
     
  10. MrsBridgewater

    MrsBridgewater New commenter

    We are on a pay freeze while the school consults about coming out of the TPS :-(
     
  11. Rott Weiler

    Rott Weiler Star commenter Forum guide

    You must be in a private school though, so the government announcement about a 2.75% increase doesn't apply to you anyway.
     
  12. MrsBridgewater

    MrsBridgewater New commenter

  13. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    Teachers eventually got an email in mid-October saying we will get the pay increase in November, backdated to September.
     
  14. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    Cost of living payrises were given in April until 2005. Point increases have always been September, as far as I know.
     
  15. Rott Weiler

    Rott Weiler Star commenter Forum guide

    The poster who asked about April pay increases has only been a teacher since 2007.
     
  16. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    LOL We have come out of the TPS and have had no pay increase for the second year in a row!
    There are lots of advantages to being in the independent sector, but pay and conditions are not always two of them!
     
  17. Flanks

    Flanks Senior commenter

    Our school just applied the 2.75%, backdates to start of academic year, across the whole payscale not just top and bottom.
     
  18. caterpillartobutterfly

    caterpillartobutterfly Star commenter

    WOW! Never leave such a lovely school!
     
  19. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    We will get it this month.
     
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  20. CandysDog

    CandysDog Established commenter

    But not everyone else reading this thread did.

    ‘Always’ means ‘always’, not ‘when you started teaching’.
     

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