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  1. Hi I'm looking for some advice. I've been working for a large company for just over 7 year. 2 years after starting my employment I started a role which mean I undertook a highly technical role under secondment. The secondment had no end date but ended up lasting just over 2 years. This secondment was actually made permanent. The then permanent role actually meant we were doing a role above that for which other people were be paid a much higher salary. This had been argued by a particular union over many year but a number of us continued to be paid at a lower rate. Recently th
  2. My company has merged with another who get paid more generally ten we do. Word is they are not putting our salaries up in line with theirs. How does that affect Sex Discrimination Act where the different sexes must get equal pay if doing the same job? Appreciate any replies and thank you.
  3. the company i worked for was taken over under tupe about 18 months ago by another company in the same line of business. there were 12 of us tuped across and since we have moved there has always been a difference in pay. we have always been on a lower hourly rate than the employees already at the company. during recent pay talks we were all offered the same percentage rise but that would have just taken the original employees even further ahead in wages. after a bit of negotiating the transferred employees did get a larger percentage increase but not enough to bring us level. we all do ex
  4. Has anyone on here have any knowledge of the case taken by NIPSA against the DFP for breach of contract. As NIO staff who were seconded from DFP, where told that their rights and terms and conditions would not suffer, and we had no choice about where to go, when we joined the NICS. We have all lost out on about £14000, pensions have been affected. If the judgement was at the county court, is that the end, can we, without the union do anything else. My letter of appointment was from the DEPT OF FINANCE AND PERSONNEL, not the NIO.
  5. Where I work, some of the staff on my pay grade (the lowest in the company) are voluntarily undertaking secondments with other departments, working alongside colleagues who are doing exactly the same job but for a much higher wage. Is that legal? Thanks. Jeff
  6. I work for a private health company which is TUPE us over to the NHS but my wages will be below that of the NHS along with my holiday entitlement. I have asked both the HR from my company and the NHS and the NHS HR has said NO WAY where as my companies HR has said they will look into Harmonisation! As the NHS HR have said no way my contract will stay the same I have been wondering if it is possible to go down the equal pay route! Does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks
  7. Hi, I have an ET for a couple of things, including an equal pay claim (I still to this day do not earn what my predecessor did), and some contractual maternity pay that they refused to pay (not acknowledging TUPE). I need to do a schedule of loss, and have a few questions, hope someone can help! Are there any special rules about format? I was going to use Excel with totals at the top and then all the calculations etc below. With the equal pay claim, my predecessor received a company car and fully expensed fuel card. How do I work out the financial value of this? Obviously t
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