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NHS banding

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Employment, Jobseeking & Training
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AndfearAndfear Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Employment, Jobseeking & Training
I was a top band 5, £15.44 per hour now a new band 6 £15.53 - I lost my lump sum £265 today they are claiming it back also my bank shifts have been back dated to when I officially got the job. This means I no longer bank as a band 5 top scale but actually just below middle £12.50 per hour, so they are claiming £185 back also this month. But my 9p an hour will be added

I'm gutted. This month they are taking £350 out of my wage and giving me £24 for my new job. I feel awful

Any advice, how to argue perhaps. I just seems wrong :(


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