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sgt to s/sgt pay

#1
Hi can anyone advise with the following I am a recently promoted S/Sgt (higher band) I was previously on level 7 as a sgt.

My pay increase is apparently 18p a month £2.16 a year according to the pay guys. I am certain this is wrong can anyone advise. I was under the impression there is a minimum pay increase of 2%.

Cheers in advance :p
 
#2
Pay guys are talking pish (as usual). I was in similar situation last year. I went from Sgt high band level 6 to SSgt high band level 2. Was just over 2% increase. You will go to level 2 as well probably.
 
#4
In a few years if I get promoted to SSgt i will go to lower band. I will therefore move from Level 7 High band Sgt to Level 7 Low band Ssgt but i think that is less than a 2% increase. How will it work?
 
#5
JustAnotherTech said:
In a few years if I get promoted to SSgt i will go to lower band. I will therefore move from Level 7 High band Sgt to Level 7 Low band Ssgt but i think that is less than a 2% increase. How will it work?
Paywog will probably sort this out later but you go onto some sort of "enhanced" rate I think.
 
#7
JustAnotherTech said:
In a few years if I get promoted to SSgt i will go to lower band. I will therefore move from Level 7 High band Sgt to Level 7 Low band Ssgt but i think that is less than a 2% increase. How will it work?
Not quite, Sgt High L7 = 35219
SSgt Lower L6 = 35934

2% of Sgt is 704.38 so comes in at just under L6,providing any rise is accross the board don't think it will make any difference to jumps in levels!
 
#8
Yep thats correct.....I went from High band Sgt LvL 7 to S/Sgt highband LvL 2 which is (tell next month) 36k about 600quid rise if I remember.
 
#9
cheers guys

this muppet still insists he is right, he agrees it is a 2% rise which he makes £2.16 a year, will pass it up the chain if i get no joy by next month hoping JPA will sort its self out.
 
#10
Barney866 said:
cheers guys

this muppet still insists he is right, he agrees it is a 2% rise which he makes £2.16 a year, will pass it up the chain if i get no joy by next month hoping JPA will sort its self out.
Makes you embarassed sometimes, no wonder we get the stick we do :roll: My eight year old can work out 2% of something FFS
 
#11
Wh do we have pay clerks?

Not too long ago, a couple of my lads were not getting paid correctly.... on enquiry I was told by the paymong that the way "i thought" it worked was incorrect (apparently this has been incorrect for 8 years or however long pay 2000 has been out). When I challenged him, he suggested I read the relevant JSP.

So I did.

Then sauntered in to his office and wiped the smug smirk off his face (alas not physically with the filing cabinent like I wanted) by showing him I was indeed right and he was wrong...... he assured me that he would square it all away.

Just to make sure I sent an email to him, with the relevant bit quoted, and pointing out all the days that he had told my lads and I that we were "wrong".... and the amount of time this had been going for and the monies owed.

Oh, and I cc'd it to his hierachy too. :D
 
#12
Some people give us Combat HR Specialists a bad name!! (not just the Director SPS(A)!)

Barney866 if you have any problems with your rise please feel free to drop me a PM & I'll look into things for you, I think the only problem you seem to have is an idiot who can't use a calculator!!

PW
 

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