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Teachers win case in landmark ruling over 'unfair' pay deductions

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I think this is the right place for this. Please move if not.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/pay-deductions-teachers-supreme-court-ruling-strike-precedent-a7753991.html

 

Supreme Court decision could affect all teachers working in sixth form colleges, ensuring too much pay is not lost due to strike action

 

A group of teachers have won a “landmark victory” against their employer, after having too much pay deducted from their annual salaries.

 

The Supreme Court decision follows a lengthy legal battle involving three teachers at King Edward VI College in Stourbridge, who took part in a union-led strike in 2011 over changes to public sector pensions.

 

The sixth form college deducted their pay by an amount equivalent to 1/260th of their annual salary – proportionate to the number of working days in the school year.

 

However, Supreme Court judges ruled on Wednesday that only 1/365th should have been taken.


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this shows that an annual salary is just that. In the past employers have been wary of deducting pay for strike action for this very reason, what is a day's pay

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