Tag Archives: exit payments

Reforms to public sector pay: summary current position

There have been several further developments on proposed public sector pay reform since our last blog on the topic was published. £95K Exit Pay Cap Clause in the Enterprise Bill The Enterprise Bill was recently debated at Public Committee. During … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Progress – Public Sector Exit Payments

The Enterprise Bill is making progress through Parliament and was considered at Public Committee on 11 February 2016. Anna Soubry (Minister for Small Business) and Greg Hands (Chief Secretary to the Treasury of the Conservative Government) have provided guidance on the … Continue reading

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Exit payments for public sector workers – The Current Position

There have been several further developments relating to the proposed legislation and regulations on public sector exit payments since our last blog on the subject was published in November. On 7 December 2015, the Northern Ireland Assembly refused to endorse … Continue reading

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Further update: Caps on Public Sector Exit Payments and the impact for Registered Providers?

In our earlier blog (click here) we raised the issue of whether exit payments would be capped for registered providers under proposed legislation intended to apply to the public sector following the ONS reclassification. DCLG has now confirmed to the … Continue reading

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Capping exit payments for public sector workers

Following on from its decision to recover exit payments from high earners who leave the public sector and then return within 12 months (see here for more detail), the Government has now decided to also go ahead with its further … Continue reading

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Recovering public sector exit payments

In July 2014 the government launched a consultation on proposals for recovering exit payments in the public sector. It was looking to address concerns with the amount of “high earners” receiving large exit payments and then returning to work in … Continue reading

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