Foggy wrote:Your pay slip should be broken down into "Basic Pay", "Overtime" and "Bonus". Mine ( don't knbow if they all do) also gave me my basic hourly rate.
Have a word with Keith who, I believe, put the figures forward in the first place.
What I have now done is added my contractual hours and standby payments together and left out overtime and bonus. Would that be acceptable ?
Pigger479 wrote:The only pay that is guaranteed is my salary @ £28,349 and I do 17 weeks of standby in the year and the payment is £187.08 per week. The total came to £31,528 which I then deducted 23% for NI and tax contributions to get a basic salary. Does that sound acceptable ?
That sounds about right to me, but it is your IP you have to convince ! Then any bonus / overtiime over the 10% has to be paid in as extra each month.
Keith White wrote:Good to chat ear;lier. As mentioned - you have done everything right in the first year - informing the IP if your overtime/bonus on a given month was more than 10% of your basic salary. Exactly the same principle for the second year.
Thanks for your help earlier!! Really sorted me out!! Looking at £30 a month increase which I can deal with !
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