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Pay appeals panels: procedures

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Last updated on 26 July 2016
School types: Maintained, Academy, Welsh establishment · School phases: All
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How should governor pay appeals panels be held? Governing bodies determine their own procedures for dealing with pay appeals. We look at guidance from the DfE and a teachers' union, and link to examples of procedures for pay appeals panels from a multi-academy trust and a local authority.

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Contents

  1. 1 Governing bodies must set procedures for pay appeals
  2. 2 Pay appeals hearing procedure suggested by the DfE
  3. 3 Pay appeals hearing procedure from a teachers' union
  4. 4 Pay appeals hearing procedures from a MAT and an LA

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