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Payscale advice!

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by enthusiast, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. enthusiast

    enthusiast New commenter

    I'm currently working part-time in a school I love. I got the job through a supply agency so I am still employed through them, but I've been asked if I would like to work full-time next year and be employed directly by the school. I immediately said yes to this and was then told the highest payscale I would be put on would be M4. I am wondering if anyone can tell me if this is OK? I don't want to be underpaid!
    My employment history is as follows: 2 years full-time (M1 to M2), followed by a year doing daily supply, and then this year working part-time. As next year will be my 5th year does that not mean I should be on M5? Or does it not work as simply as that?
     
  2. enthusiast

    enthusiast New commenter

    I'm currently working part-time in a school I love. I got the job through a supply agency so I am still employed through them, but I've been asked if I would like to work full-time next year and be employed directly by the school. I immediately said yes to this and was then told the highest payscale I would be put on would be M4. I am wondering if anyone can tell me if this is OK? I don't want to be underpaid!
    My employment history is as follows: 2 years full-time (M1 to M2), followed by a year doing daily supply, and then this year working part-time. As next year will be my 5th year does that not mean I should be on M5? Or does it not work as simply as that?
     
  3. DaisysLot

    DaisysLot Senior commenter

    I think that I would accept that..... Daily supply doesn't 'count'....
     

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