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Annual Payrise this year
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Public sector 8%
In a few months I'll get a spinal point increase of 1.2%
Not had the inflationary figures released for this year, but hope its much better than the 3.25% last year, which now seems little considering inflation at 10%+. Will update with my figures when i know...
Emergency Fund £425 / £1000
DFW - £TBC
Care sector (private) fees paid by local authority. So lower end of salary scale. Nobody is on NMW the least experience newest staff members are at least £1ph above.
We had a 3% fee increase last year and it's not looking great this year regardless of political point scoring suggesting better investment.
I'm trying to make 9% work but it's frightening running the numbers.
£30,000 increase on PAYE, Pensions and Employer NICs
£25,000 increase on energy contracts.
All the usual inflationary pressures of running your home but on a larger scale.
Genuinely heartbreaking wanting to give the max whilst trying to stay in business. Sleepless nights aplenty.
So far, despite the economic problems, unemployment has still remained low. If that was to change then things could get a lot worse.
Jan 17 5% (Probation Passed and agreed at offer)
Jan 18 5% / Added to bonus scheme so OTE increase 8%
Nov 18 4% / OTE 7% (change on role)
Jul 19 1%
Oct 21 3% (probation passed on promotion)
Jan 22 3% / OTE 4%
Jul 22 3% (Cost of Living Increase)
Jul 22 10% (Negotiated started prior to previous rise which was then incorporated)
Jan 23 5%
since 21 promotion have been aware of other rises in the team and the 3 / 3 / 5 has been mostly consistent across the team.
I'm feeling underwhelmed.