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  • Premier Icon Drac
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    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    Pay rise? WTF is that not put my day rate up in 2 years.

    piemonster
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    14% up here.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    We got our first payrise in four (I think?) years a couple of months ago. 1%, so £30 before tax.

    The first one was nice, because it was a few months backdated. It was also the month our strike pay was taken out, so it nicely offset that 🙂

    coopersport1
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    Yep £38 here barely enough for a post ride round of drinks 😆

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Pay rise? WTF is that not put my day rate up in 2 years.

    It is my first payrise in 8 years. All 1.3% of it.
    In that time I have had two pay cuts.

    Premier Icon D0NK
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    Yep £38 here barely enough for a post ride round of drinks

    either you ride with the boggies or your rides finish at Claridges.

    I’ve had regular payrises, I keep changing jobs. It’s the only way to get a decent payrise these days.

    Premier Icon Kryton57
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    I’ve just had a conversation with HMRC whereby in passing it was noted that I’d forgotton to inform them of my company pension contributions.

    Rolling less tax payable from now on amount and rebates going back to 2010. Its all money in the bank…

    SamB
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    I haven’t had a payrise, but somehow the increased allowance has turned into £9 less take home pay per month 😕

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Who else got their payslip this month and is disappointed by an increase in allowance and a ‘payrise’ equating to b*gg*r all?

    I think myself and mrs_oab may have a MaccyD’s to ‘celebrate’.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    My single payrise hasn’t offset my increased pension contributions. Or my 5% increase in contact hours. Or the extra work caused by larger class sizes.

    mrchrispy
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    I saw the wrong side of f all (if there is such a thing)
    Balls to this permy lark, I’m going contracting …anyone need an oracle DBA in the north west???

    bigyinn
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    £11 more here. Yay

    But that nice David chap told me we were coming out of recession and wages were on the up.

    Surely you must all be mistaken?

    deluded
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    I was promoted at work just over a year ago and my salary went DOWN and has yet to recover. Send that Ranch and Bacon Snack Wrap my way.

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    My pension went up again

    timbur
    Member

    £36 will buy you a cubic metre of 10mm shingle down here (not inc VAT)
    Hours of fun counting it :O)

    I’m self employed so I just work a bit more to generate more money :O(

    Premier Icon doom_mountain
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    Just under £40 here, gonna go crazy and have a Snickers at lunchtime.

    willard
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    I had my first above inflation (by a gnat’s whisker) pay rise in six years this year. Yes it is extra cash, but it doesn’t really make up for the last five years of salary erosion.

    DT78
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    1.5% annihalted by pushing my fuel card tax liability into higher rate tax. Naggers.

    DrJ
    Member

    1% here, too 🙁

    thestabiliser – Member
    1.5% annihalted by pushing my fuel card tax liability into higher rate tax. Naggers.

    POSTED 8 MINUTES AGO # REPORT-POST

    Can’t you top up your avc’s to bring you back into the normal rate?

    Probably, but as a clueless oaf I’ll like as not just suffer it. Thanks for the nudge though.

    Premier Icon totalshell
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    still charging the same rates as 8 years ago and still been told we re expensive.. until the next time when they ring someone else and complain how much they wanted..

    chrismac
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    Not seen my payslip yet, but given that I got no payrise and my pension contributions are doubling over 3 years for the same level of benefit Im not holding my breath that I notice any benefit of a change in the allownances

    spooky_b329
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    I should show this to my colleagues who winge about our rise every year… Thankfully we have a strong union who spend weeks negotiating a rise that reflects our employers results every year…but there is always a few who think we are being screwed over and vote against the agreement.

    Our rises have averaged 4.2% over the past 4 years and I feel incredibly lucky.

    The wife on the other hand, nothing, even when they can see their targets/results improving, there is no one to fight for a fair deal.

    Premier Icon sparkyrhino
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    Paah £36, I,ve just spent that on my lunch at Greggs…mmmmmm Bavarian slice

    Premier Icon the-muffin-man
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    Extra £11.41/month for me!

    Can’t seen any other wage rise on the horizon – been static for 3 years now.

    Premier Icon njee20
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    £20 more a month for me.

    No payrise this year.

    fr0sty125
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    1% for me

    ji
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    After my latest rise I am only £110 worse off per month after tax. Higher pension contributions, NI etc…

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