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How much pay will I lose for the strike?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by NQT1986, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. NQT1986

    NQT1986 Occasional commenter

    I'm not debating the rights or wrongs of it; I am NUT and I am striking next week, I just want to know how much pay will be docked and I wonder if someone clever can tell me!

    I am on M6 (no points/London weighting etc) and work part time-two days a week (yes, SMT love me for striking on one of them). I earn about £12,000 a year.

    Is there a clever TAFKAM 'lost pay through strike' calculator!?
  2. The deduction will be 1/365 of your salary.
  3. NQT1986

    NQT1986 Occasional commenter

    Thank you for your reply-is that before tax, presumably?

    So 12,000 divided by 365 = £32

    That didn't sound right!?
  4. Seems about right. I'm M5, full time in London and losing about £82.
  5. littlerussell

    littlerussell New commenter

    Surely it will be 1/365 of your full time equivalent salary ... ie 1/365 of the full M6 pay spine?
    If ever you've been paid for an additional INSET day or etc, it should be the same amount as you get when you are paid 1 day extra.
  6. Surely it wont be 1/365? We don't actually get paid for weekends do we?

  7. Yes, it is 1/365.
  8. WOW! In that case my hourly wage is really pants!!!

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