No more pay increments, final straw?

#2
I don't know whether it will make people leave in itself, but I'm sure it will push some who are thinking about it over the edge and start to make others think about it.
 
#4
I think it will, also with the talk of having one pay band! And also talk of making aircraft handlers as stewards on the new qe
 
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guestm

Guest
#8
I'm reserving judgment on this until I find out exactly how this will work and the level of salary each rank will be positioned at.

I can't get angry at half a dit.
 

jrwlynch

Lantern Swinger
#9
I'm reserving judgment on this until I find out exactly how this will work and the level of salary each rank will be positioned at.

I can't get angry at half a dit.
Moderators, who's got the ban hammer? We can't have behaviour like this! That outrage bus isn't going to drive itself, you know...
 
#13
I'm a bit out of the loop right now but I'll wait out and see how this develops before I start my clicks!

This sounds vaguely similar to one of the proposed changes which the NEM pay model is going to bring - but it was only changing, not getting rid of incremental progression. I'm sure NEM is going to make you wait 2 years for the first increment rise after a promotion then the subsequent increments will be annually. This was one of the changes needed to bring in the 4 different supplements at levels where there would be a noticeable difference between the supplements.

That said, the announcement of the NEM pay model was meant to have been shortly after the general election - I don't think it's been revealed yet and it's supposed to take effect from 1 Apr 16
 

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