Are you still entitled to the pay rise for the time that you worked in that tax year, if you leave before the pay rise has been agreed/implemented? | LawHive - Solicitors & Lawyers Online
Are you still entitled to the pay rise for the time that you worked in that tax year, if you leave before the pay rise has been agreed/implemented?
Hi, just a quick question about pay… I currently work for the public sector and our pay rises are often agreed late due to negotiations with the unions and are then backdated to the start of the applicable tax year. If the pay rise was agreed today, I would get back paid my pay rise back to April. My question is, if you leave before the pay rise has been agreed/implemented are you still entitled to the pay rise for the time that you worked in that tax year, considering it is being back dated?

Anonymous

12th March 2022

Top Answer
Llm graduate - would depend what’s been put in your contract - if you have a union representative it’s best to ask them

Kelly Graham

12th March 2022

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