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NHS Agenda for change incremental dates

(6 Posts)
vdbfamily Sat 09-Feb-19 11:08:49

Does anyone understand the new system. I know there are fewer spinal points but it seems you no longer go up an increment annually. I started a band 8 a job last Jan 2018, so this Jan expected a pay rise. When I rang payroll they said it would be Jan 2020. Cannot seem to find an easy to understand explanation online!

m0therofdragons Sat 09-Feb-19 12:47:13

https://www.nhsemployers.org/your-workforce/pay-and-reward/agenda-for-change/pay-scales/annual

Should be Jan 2020 so 2 years.

3out Sat 09-Feb-19 12:54:22

The unison tool is quite useful

www.unison.org.uk/nhs-pay-calculator/

vdbfamily Sun 10-Feb-19 16:44:12

Thanks both.

Tippexy Sun 10-Feb-19 16:47:07

It’s every 2 years now however it’s not automatic, which is a bit cheeky. You have to pass certain criteria/appraisals.

vdbfamily Mon 11-Feb-19 21:21:10

I think in theory it was never meant to be automatic under previous system but unless line .anager contacts HR and requests withholding an increment it would always just be awarded. I don't have too much of an issue with it being performance rated. Hi

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