2 Year Pay Freeze

#1
Along with all the other "public sector" employees, servicemen paid over 21K per year will have no annual pay rise in 2011/12. Those on an incremental pay scale will receive their increments though (suits me). Those earning under 21K will get a small rise (abt £250), the AFPRB will advise on exactly how much.
You can now see the thinking behind doubling the Operational Bonus payment.
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
#2
Indomitable said:
Along with all the other "public sector" employees, servicemen paid over 21K per year will have no annual pay rise in 2011/12. Those on an incremental pay scale will receive their increments though (suits me). Those earning under 21K will get a small rise (abt £250), the AFPRB will advise on exactly how much.
You can now see the thinking behind doubling the Operational Bonus payment.
I was under the impression that the armed forces were exempt from the pay freeze?
 
#3
Graf said:
Indomitable said:
Along with all the other "public sector" employees, servicemen paid over 21K per year will have no annual pay rise in 2011/12. Those on an incremental pay scale will receive their increments though (suits me). Those earning under 21K will get a small rise (abt £250), the AFPRB will advise on exactly how much.
You can now see the thinking behind doubling the Operational Bonus payment.
I was under the impression that the armed forces were exempt from the pay freeze?
From where did you gain that impression? It's been made pretty clear everywhere I've looked.
 
#4
Definitely not exempt.
MoD website:

This measure applies to both Service and civilian personnel and affects most of the public sector. It is designed to generate savings in order to reduce the national deficit.

The recently announced measure to double the Operational Allowance remains to recognise members of the Armed Forces who are serving in operational theatres.
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
#5
Guzzler said:
Graf said:
Indomitable said:
Along with all the other "public sector" employees, servicemen paid over 21K per year will have no annual pay rise in 2011/12. Those on an incremental pay scale will receive their increments though (suits me). Those earning under 21K will get a small rise (abt £250), the AFPRB will advise on exactly how much.
You can now see the thinking behind doubling the Operational Bonus payment.
I was under the impression that the armed forces were exempt from the pay freeze?
From where did you gain that impression? It's been made pretty clear everywhere I've looked.
It's just the impression I got from the various snipits of news I've overheard. I will admit I haven't looked into it in any shape or form, I've not really looked at any of the budget in any shape or form yet.
 

janner

MIA
Book Reviewer
#8
Which group will be first out on strike? My monies on the water fairies - Green Goddess anyone (I believe that they have been paid off at last and you get to use newer toys)
 
#9
I would love to do Op Fresco 2, some of the best laughs I have had - and it showed me that the Fire Brigade only work for half the year, and for half of that they are asleep.

Anyway, bring it on!
 
#10
Egg_Banjo said:
I would love to do Op Fresco 2, some of the best laughs I have had - and it showed me that the Fire Brigade only work for half the year, and for half of that they are asleep.

Anyway, bring it on!
A bit like WAFU's then? :D
 

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