pay band

pay band

A level of additional payment to a junior doctor, which reflects the degree to which the post’s working hours do not comply with the New Deal requirements as assessed by the Improving Doctors’ Working Lives group.

• Band 3 (100% salary supplement): noncompliant with New Deal requirements (over weekly hours limit, or rest guidelines not met).
• Band 2A (80%): > 48 hours/week of work but under overall maximum, ≥ 1/3 of hours unsocial (medical SHO and PRHO banding, now FY1 FY2).
• Band 2B (50%): > 48 hours/week but under overall maximum, < 1/3 of hours unsocial (medical clinical fellow banding).
• Band 1a (50%): 40 to 48 hours/week, > 1/3 of hours unsocial.
• Band 1b (40%): 40 to 48 hours/week, < 1/3 of hours unsocial.
• Band 1c (20%): 40 to 48 hours/week, low-frequency non-resident on call.
• Basic salary: ≤ 40 hours/week, all between 8 am and 7 pm.
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They added: "We are the lowest paid ambulance staff in the whole of the UK and the only region of the UK where paramedics are not on the nationally agreed pay band - band 6."
The BEIS committee had asked for companies' lowest pay band to be included in pay ratio reporting requirements - rather than the median - and for all firms with over 250 employees to be involved, rather than just listed companies.
All the Pay Rates in all the three Pay Band do not start with a pay to meet the consumption requirement for a NORMAL HUMAN LIVING (90,000 in 2018); but those have reached towards the end of the career from the 2nd Pay Band onwards receive a pay more than the 2018 consumption rate.
"Our consultant body have a high percentage of men and they are on the highest pay band that we have.
Employees fall under this pay band: Security guard, Junior Attendant, Driver etc.
31, you must report: (a) the number of employees in each appropriate pay band (one of 12 established by EEOC), based on the pay in the W-2, Box 1; and (2) the total number of hours worked by the employees by gender, by ethnicity (Hispanic/Latino or not Hispanic/Latino) and race in the 12 pay bands and the ten job categories.
Employees in pay band 3 (PS16,800 to PS19,655) will pay the same while those in higher pay bands (PS19,217 and above) will pay extra to use staff car parks.
Although the scheme has been challenged in the courts, it stands up to scrutiny as the only systematic way to measure NHS jobs against each other, and determine the correct pay band for staff undertaking different roles.
Unison said: "The Government rejected this and instead decided to give 1% to those on top of their pay band."
The Delivery Team comprises four members at executive Band 2 level, one at Management Band 1 level and is headed by a member of the Senior Civil Service at pay band 1.
Sarah Hay, an NHS worker of Redcar, said: "We are being seen as second rate nurses who don't deserve the same pay as other nurses in other areas and the fact that Lansley would keep managers on the same high pay band to retain 'the best' to implement the changes is just another smack in the mouth for us."