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Annual Payrise this year



  • annabanana82annabanana82 Forumite
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    I'm supposed to be getting 1.8% next month, once the end of year review is done this should increase further but as CS no idea what this will be, paid in July/August backdated to April.

    Also meant to be moving to capability based pay, but no one knows quite what that'll look like. Rumours I may start being paid for holding a professional qualification. 

    I did well this FY with a 12/13% increase 
    Make £2023 in 2023 (#36) £1451.33/£2023
  • mcpitmanmcpitman Forumite
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    3% annual payrise, but also an 11% increase in base salary due to performance and promotion that delivered.

    They would be great numbers in any normal year but with inflation how it is, disappointing to stay neutral in real terms,
    Life isn't about the number of breaths we take, but the moments that take our breath away. Like choking....
  • bamgbostbamgbost Forumite
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    Its a 5.75% Annual rise for us. So not great.. but not bad either. Was hoping for circa 7%. never mind.
    365 Day 1p challenge - £371.49 / 667.95
    Emergency Fund   £425 / £1000
    DFW - £TBC
  • GetferretGetferret Forumite
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    Private sector 9.7%. Annual rise usually starts April, due to cost of living has been brought forward to start February. Plus 3% performance bonus due mid year. 
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