pay progression

pay progression

A UK term of art for a sliding scale increment in salary which is paid to a hospital doctor (consultant) by the employing Trust on an annual basis, assuming the consultant has adhered to the agreed-upon job plan and has had a satisfactory annual appraisal.
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Research reveals that too often it's low-paid, part-time work, with little potential for pay progression.
Evers is also proposing providing a one-time infusion of $1.2 million over two years for pay progression for assistant district attorneys and deputy district attorneys.
SAround 34,000 primary and secondary teachers in England and Wales responded to a National Education Union pay survey, with 69% saying that poor pay and the unfairness of a pay progression system are making them consider quitting the classroom.
In addition to an immediate pay award, issues of inequality and anomalies in relation to pay progression will also be addressed alongside a commitment to resolve working practices in relation to court and night shift.
Reasons why there are more men at the top of the career ladder in medicine include that taking time out for maternity or carer responsibilities can affect the opportunities women get for career or pay progression, as consultant training takes time and pay progression rates are based on time served.
The performance management process can affect pay progression for teachers, if they are not fulfilling the teacher standards mentioned above, or the targets/standards specified at the school and agreed at the meeting.
Midwives and adult nurses would likely be included in this first pay band, and pay progression could depend on training and experience.
Nurses were also dissatisfied with pay rates and pay progression, compared to other professions such as teaching or police.
This is due to poor pay progression, not an immediate UK's average down from pay cut when switching from full-time work."
e NAStions," Chr| Chris Keates, NASUWT's general secretary, said that low starting salaries and slow pay progression had also contributed to one of the worst teacher shortages since the Second World War.
The central bank has informed minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, that it is working on introducing a 'flatter' organisational structure and include 'performance-related pay progression.'