Average bonus allocation per employee by salary level
Camden UNISON has completed a detailed analysis of the My Performance PRP scheme. Data on its first year was shared with us by management, and it shows that while in some areas it is a significant improvement on the new scheme, with bonuses it still discriminates against those earning under £40k per year, those from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds, part-time workers and those aged over 45. Continue reading
A two-year pay deal for youth and community workers on JNC pay and conditions has been reached by the unions and employers, worth a 1% increase from 1 September 2016 and a further 1% from 1 September 2017. Continue reading
The agreed 1% pay increase for Council workers on NJC terms and conditions will be paid, backdated to 1 April in the July pay run. For craft workers on JNC terms, the 1%, backdated to 1 April, will be in the June pay run. Continue reading
Following a campaign from Unison we successfully achieved an improved appraisal and performance related pay scheme. Here is our advice for members on the new scheme, and what to do if you are unhappy with your performance status. Continue reading
Members across local government branches in England, Wales and the union’s Northern Ireland region, who are covered by the National Joint Council pay framework, have voted overwhelmingly (64% to 35%) to reject the employers’ pay offer. Members in Camden rejected the offer by 82% to 18%. Continue reading
Camden UNISON has won a four figure pay settlement for a member who was an agency worker in a school, paid through an umbrella company.
Here are full details of the 2016/18 NJC pay offer, what Unison thinks about it and how you can have your say. Continue reading
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Our members who work as civil enforcement officers (traffic wardens) for NSL are celebrating a victory following two periods of strike action in September. The action started with four days (2nd – 5th) followed by a further seven days (23rd – 29th). having taken a very hard line the company eventually made an improved offer just before a third period of strike action was due to start.
Camden UNISON has won compensation payments of up to £8000 each for over 40 workers in sports development. The payments were for either zero hour contract workers, or permanent workers who did additional hours but did not receive corresponding holiday pay. Continue reading
Following three years of campaigning against the performance related pay (PRP) and appraisal scheme, we are extremely pleased that Camden has agreed to drop the scheme. Camden UNISON had demonstrated that the scheme penalised workers earning under £40k, black and minority ethnic staff, part-time workers, workers aged over 40 and disabled workers, and our survey also showed it was deeply unpopular and demotivating for most members.