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Approving pay recommendations: FAQs

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Last updated on 7 October 2016
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We answer frequently asked questions (FAQs) on approving pay recommendations. This article looks at whether pay decisions need to be unanimous, at which types of governor can be involved in taking pay decisions, and at how a staff member changing roles mid-year affects pay progression.

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Contents

  1. 1 Which policy applies for pay decisions taken in the autumn term?
  2. 2 Do decisions on pay need to be unanimous?
  3. 3 Can all types of governor be involved in taking pay decisions?
  4. 4 Should we take minutes of pay decisions?
  5. 5 How does a staff member changing role mid-cycle affect pay progression?

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