No surprises in pay review body reports

Wed 14 Mar 2012

Reports from the NHS and Senior Salaries Pay Review Bodies published

There were no surprises in the reports from the NHS and Senior Salaries Pay Review Bodies, published yesterday.

Both have had to accept the Government's decision to maintain the public sector pay freeze, meaning there is no increase for those earning above £21,000, and just a £250 rise for those earning less than £21,000.

The Review Bodies do, however, raise concerns about the loss of independent decision making imposed on them by the Government's announcement of the public sector pay freeze.

MiP again submitted evidence to the Senior Salaries Review Body and they acknowledge our role in the development of a new pay framework for Arms Length Bodies. The Review Body also quotes from our survey showing the worrying decline in morale among senior managers.

Click here for the Pay Review Body Reports

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