The most recent documents available on this subject are:Why postcode pay doesn't add up
In his 2011 Autumn Statement George Osborne made the case for introducing 'market-facing' pay into the public sector. Breaking up fair, transparent national pay arrangements would result in local or regional pay. This would mean different rates for p...
Since the Government announced its intention to consider regional and localised public sector pay arrangements, there has been extensive coverage of its implications
Government plans for postcode pay in the public sector are unfair and would be bad for NHS patients and schoolchildren in poorer areas, according to polling published by the TUC today (Tuesday).
As the debate over regional and local pay has developed there has been more and more evidence and arguments as to why the government should not proceed with the idea. Here is our new two page summary to download and share with campaigners, activists ...
Every day we will be listing MPs from each region who have spoken out against regional pay. If your MP is opposed to regional pay and is not on this list then please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ensure they are added to the Hall of Fame.
Commenting on research on public sector pay and pensions published today (Tuesday) by Policy Exchange, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said: "This is fantasy politics based on flawed research and wholly driven by ideology.
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