Tag Archives: salary

Mr Gove’s wish: deregulation

Michael Gove yesterday submitted a 71 page proposal to the Teachers’ Pay Review Body in which he states that he wants to introduce radical pay reform to teachers’ pay by scrapping national salary scales. This would enable head teachers and governors to negotiate and set teachers’ salaries within … Continue reading

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Employment Law – Legislative look-ahead for 2012

As we enter the new year, Devonshires’ Employment Team has been examining the changes that lie ahead for employment legislation in 2012. This Bulletin provides an overview of upcoming legal developments, including unfair dismissal, pensions, gender diversity on boards, Employment … Continue reading

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Compensation limits and other handy information

  It’s always handy to have tribunal compensation limits and other important figures such as rates of statutory maternity pay, statutory sick pay and national minimum wage to hand so we have created a link to the most up to … Continue reading

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(Don’t) Mind the (Pay) Gap

One of the many concerns employers raise with us when taking a TUPE transfer in of staff is anxiety over these employees working alongside their existing employees on different terms and conditions.  We are consistently speaking with employers about what this means for employee relations … Continue reading

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Can you implement pay cuts fairly?

In this age of austerity, many organisations have to review their costs and find more creative ways of saving money. For some organisations, the only way to save has been to take quite drastic measures, for example making cuts to … Continue reading

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