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Hyndburn NJC Pay Consultation 2022

NJC Pay Offer 2022/23: Consultation Ballot Paper

The Local Government Employers’ NJC pay offer comprises:
  • With effect from 1 April 2022, an increase of £1,925 on all NJC pay points
  • With effect from 1 April 2022, an increase of 4.04 per cent on all allowances (as listed in the 2021 NJC pay agreement circular dated 28 February 2022)
  • With effect from 1 April 2023, an increase of one day to all employees’ annual leave entitlement
  • With effect from 1 April 2023, the deletion of pay point 1 from the NJC pay spine
  • Completion of the work of the joint term-time only review group
  • Discussions on homeworking policies
  • Discussions on family leave and pay
  • Commitment that the Local Government Association will write to HMRC to lobby them to increase mileage rates

Please vote below to ACCEPT or REJECT the pay offer.

The NJC Committee believes that this pay offer is the best achievable by negotiation and is not making a recommendation - it is up to members to decide.

A vote to reject the pay offer means that you’re prepared to take part in a ballot for local, sustained industrial action to win a better pay offer.

The ballot closes on Tuesday 13 September at midday.
1. Please tick the appropriate box.