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Hi my wife is a teacher who has recently reduced her hours for about 18 months (Dropping one afternoon, ie 2 hrs per week) She took a drop in salary, which she understood, but the local authority have now come back to her, now that she has gone back to full time, to say that they should also have reduced her TLR (management allowance) by the same percentage. Her union thinks not as the TLR is a spot payment and not a percentage of her salary. The local authority are adamant that the school should not pay it, ie my wife should repay it.

 

However, if they did not explain this to her in the first place, how could my wife have made an informed decision about reducing her hours and can they now enforce this retrospectively when they didn't stipluate it in the first place?

 

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That is something the NUT / NASUWT ,or whichever union she's in, should be dealing with really. They'll have copies of any local or national agreements... in fact they were probably party to there inception.


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I've just dug this up which might explain more; http://www.lge.gov.uk/lge/core/page.do?pageId=119347#contents-1


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Thanks it does. Surprisingly, nothing on the DEFS website.......

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