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Started work for a company on 10th June 2010 pay rises are on 1st July every year didn't get the pay rise as they said I wasn't entitled to it as I was a new starter and still have never received that pay rise but have had my yearly pay rises the same as everybody else but people on the same grade as me are being paid more as they got this pay rise.

Should I not havebeen entitled to it after I passed my 6 months probation

Also could this pay rise be back dated

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Hello and welcome to CAG.


I'll move this to the employment forum, where the guys will know the answers. There will be a short term redirect from this forum for you to follow.


My best, HB

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Sorry to hear that you didn't get the pay rise..... (and congratulations on passing your probation) - the words in brackets were what I nearly wrote, but then I noticed that your start date is June 2010.


I think you could do with being a bit clearer in the info posted but the way I see there are two scenarios:


a) You never got a pay rise after you passed your probation period, got all the pay rises thereafter but as they are on an incremental scale the original missed pay rise still means your one step down the scale, or

b) You missed a pay rise after your probation and have had all since then and are just owed a set sum of money from date X to date Y (presumably that would be a period some 3 years ago now?).


I suppose it is more likely that (a) is what you are saying but please more details - you need to consider what the contractual documentaion says as this may not be any type of equal pay issue; for example if the rule is that each staff member gets a RPI pay rise on 1st Jan each year, but that said payrise is dependant on the employee having one year's continuous employment on 1st Jan then you may have missed it and have limited recourse - but please more info so we can help more



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