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CLEO Thread, Equal pay review Cumbria in Regional Broadband Consortiums (RBC); I have every confidence in the management team and the governors. We are all part of the whole school team ...
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    I have every confidence in the management team and the governors. We are all part of the whole school team and wholeschoolness has been the theme of several meetings so am expecting a lot of support for those staff members who are suffering with this process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skunk View Post
    I have every confidence in the management team and the governors. We are all part of the whole school team and wholeschoolness has been the theme of several meetings so am expecting a lot of support for those staff members who are suffering with this process.
    I'm glad someone's getting support. I went to our head and management team and was told they could not do anything and to accept our lot!!!!!!!!!!!! Hence, the reason everyone's leaving, or trying to leave. I have an interview Monday elsewhere, fingers crossed

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    Over here in Notts we're due to get ours early March. What sort of pay protection are they offering up there?

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    We don't know yet. Given our grades, then our salaries, then terms and conditions. Nobody knows about the protection yet

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    Protection is 1 year - Sept 2012 for reduction
    Sept 2011 for increase

    Confirmed by Single Status Helpline today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jann View Post
    Protection is 1 year - Sept 2012 for reduction
    Sept 2011 for increase

    Confirmed by Single Status Helpline today.


    Thank you Jann, you are a star!

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    Why would you want protection if your pay's going up? amazing how different areas can be so different! Here - we're going to be offered up to 5 years of protection (with no rises) or 4 years with 2 years of full rises and 2 years of half rises. (If we ever see another rise again)

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    Some people here stand to gain money out of this, but they are worried that an increase in wage will lead to a reduction in hours. This wouldn't be good for the pension!

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    Just recieved my letter stating my new salary, the County have found a great way to decide if your're a level A or B.

    If you're salary is going down, you get put on level B (the higher one), If you're pay is going up, you get put on level A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chapmantr View Post
    Just recieved my letter stating my new salary, the County have found a great way to decide if your're a level A or B.

    If you're salary is going down, you get put on level B (the higher one), If you're pay is going up, you get put on level A.
    I went to one of the county drop in sessions a couple of weeks ago and thats how they said it would work. They have yet to decide on how people who are on A progress to B. Still a work in progress I was told!

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    Just had our letters in Notts - phew - managed to escape a reduction, in fact - seeing as SO1 and SO2 now run together I'll actually gain a bit.

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    It's nothing that we didn't know already. But I hate the way UNISON and the media are treating this as only TA's are badly affected!!!!!!!! It's started to make my blood boil. It will get to a stage where it's 'them and us'!!!!!!!!!

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    Well things get even stranger this morning! Got my individual letter about my pay and it would appear I have been moved from OS4A where my initial letter had placed me to PCD4A without any consultation!!!? Not impressed by that at all so going to be having a few words with the head about it! PCD4A... seriously WTF?!

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    MER - What is your job role?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWestos View Post
    MER - What is your job role?
    Im the network manager at my school.

    Been on the phone to several different departments of the single status team this morning and they thought it very strange and are looking into it. Head is out of school this morning so not had chance to talk to him yet.

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