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I will be paid half of what my colleagues are paid

(14 Posts)
HereIGo Fri 28-Feb-14 21:35:22

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Dukketeater Fri 28-Feb-14 21:41:21

Can't be anything where you need good language and grammar..

HereIGo Fri 28-Feb-14 21:43:08

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ggirl Fri 28-Feb-14 21:54:13

That would seriously piss me off !

I guess if it's a change in contracts then you'll have to suck it up..painful though.

You can't be the only one on new pay are you?

ggirl Fri 28-Feb-14 21:55:25

snippy pointless post Dukketeater

quietlysuggests Fri 28-Feb-14 21:56:59

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DameFanny Fri 28-Feb-14 21:58:00

Take the job. Join a union. Look at the equalities act and see whether they're exploiting a protected characteristic or it's a genuine question of timing?

CuckooCalling Fri 28-Feb-14 22:00:54

One of the most pathetic, Mumsnet posts I've seen, Dukketeater. Well done.

OP, YANBU - but if it's legal, not sure what recourse you have.

elliegoulding Fri 28-Feb-14 22:08:48

OMG, what sort of job earns 95k per year? Im going to get the dc's primed! wink

contortionist Fri 28-Feb-14 22:16:00

Are there any bonuses or discretionary pay, or is salary all you get?

gallicgirl Fri 28-Feb-14 22:18:15

Are your colleagues male?

BIWI Fri 28-Feb-14 22:19:05

I don't want to appear unsympathetic, or unsupportive of any kind of equality pay etc - but could it possibly to do with you having accumulated fewer years' experience than your colleagues?

idinnehaveaclue Sat 01-Mar-14 08:16:48

I'm not at all surprised. It's wrong but seems to be the norm at the moment.

If you can earn £175k working for another company then go for it, however, it doesn't sound like an option.

I would put it out of my mind and focus on the fact that you have a good job and £95k is still a very good salary. Very few people manage to earn above £30k in this country. Seriously...

Ledkr Sat 01-Mar-14 08:21:51

I presume duckeater has a job which doesn't involve basic manners.

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