Pay Campaign 2010

Aug 13 2010 - 14:55
As previously reported, the Local Government Employers (LGE) decided to make no pay increase offer for 2010/11 in response to union claims for the greater of 2.5% or £500. Talks with the LGE have stalled nationally, and they have given no indication they will abide by the Chancellor’s commitment of a £250 pay increase for all public sector workers earning less than £21,000, applying to 75% of NJC employees. The LGE has argued that the Chancellor’s comments do not apply to local government.
Apr 11 2010 - 14:56
There has been no movement from employers from their position of imposing a pay freeze on local government staff. We asked you what you felt about this at our branch open day on 3 February, and this is what you told us:
Jan 28 2010 - 09:18
We asked for your views on the news that Local Government Employers had decided to make no pay increase offer for 2010.  We have shared some of your views below - to send us your views just email   “I have to say I am very disappointed with this news, it has been hard enough this year managing on my pay, the thought of working another year without some kind of reward is rotten. Hard working council officers deserve a pay increase this year!”
Jan 22 2010 - 13:15
Local government employers have finally given their response to the 2010 pay claim from unions, saying there will be no pay offer but a pay freeze for all employees. In an effort to get an early settlement the three trade unions involved in the National Joint Council put forward the 2010 pay claim in early November.  This claim was for a one year deal of 2.5% or £500 whichever was the greater.
Dec 14 2009 - 16:56
The pay claim for 2009/10 has recently been finished, with back pay and 1% increase received in our October pay packets. To try and reach a quick settlement that can be finalised by next April, the NJC (Unison, Unite and GMB) has already submitted the claim for 2010/11. The claim is for:  a £500 flat rate increase or 2.5% - whichever is the greater The claim is for one year only and is made separately to the claim for improvements to green book conditions.
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