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OvaSees

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Re: Managers pay review meeting 2017
« Reply #200 on: 07-02-18, 09:41AM »
Going to be hard to figure that one out unless they all post here, but from the size of this thread it seems to be widespread. All it proves is that the company has a number of managers who, at the time of the annual pay review, were already earning an annual salary in excess of that defined for their role by the corporate pay structure - and yet, given our rather precarious finances and the continued shedding of managers, they expect more?

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Re: Managers pay review meeting 2017
« Reply #201 on: 12-02-18, 02:58PM »
Hi was wondering if anyone has heard how the store that was at tribunal about managers being made to work 37.5 hours but only contracted to 36 hours

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Re: Managers pay review meeting 2017
« Reply #202 on: 12-02-18, 03:50PM »
They work as a GA most shift for TM wages give them nothing.

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« Reply #203 on: 17-02-18, 04:48AM »

trolleyboy96

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« Reply #204 on: 17-02-18, 10:47AM »
Really? Seemed straight forward, on what grounds?

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« Reply #205 on: 17-02-18, 12:27PM »
No jurisdiction to hear claim, and no contractual term has been broken, implied or otherwise.

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« Reply #206 on: 17-02-18, 05:25PM »
They work as a GA most shift for TM wages give them nothing.
  Think a lot of Managers, including Senior Team, have got their jobs by playing a game of musical chairs !!!!!

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« Reply #207 on: 22-02-18, 06:11PM »
M360 have you or anyone out there any news on last years managers pay review. Thought that something was being announced in Feb this year according to my PM or is this just more lies coming from the mouth of my soon to be gone (yeeeh).

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« Reply #208 on: 22-02-18, 07:56PM »
Is this linked to the rumours of a soft structure change in wk 6? Now with the redundancies TM will again pick up duties that they are not currently paid to do.

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« Reply #209 on: 22-02-18, 07:59PM »
The bulk of team managers never stopped doing duties, most seniors refused to do them.

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« Reply #210 on: 26-02-18, 02:29PM »
Is there any news on the Sunday premium changes for manager's? I know in our last pay review letter, it said about April looking at pay changes.

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« Reply #211 on: 02-03-18, 06:32PM »

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« Reply #212 on: 02-03-18, 06:42PM »
The team support carries the manager in our dept. The manager causes chaos when in and all runs smoothly when the team support is at work. ;) ;) ;)
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« Reply #215 on: 18-04-18, 11:20AM »
Hi some very interesting reading. I was wondering if anyone knew the process for team managers moving up in pay after a year being signed off? Is this a fact or myth?

Also can anyone explain the percentages of the pay bands I.e. 90% is appointment rate but what is the 93% & 97% & 100%????

Any help would be appriciated.

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« Reply #216 on: 18-04-18, 08:03PM »
I would find it surprising that they would be still be having bands , especially since they are spending so much time in cutting back on so many roles, but then anything can happen.

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« Reply #217 on: 28-11-18, 01:25PM »

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« Reply #219 on: 28-11-18, 05:27PM »
I have a question on managers pay. Is there a different pay band for Dotcom managers? Do driving managers get paid more than a picker/driver (manages both) manager? The reason I ask is I found out today driving team supports get paid more than a driving/picking team support
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« Reply #220 on: 29-11-18, 11:51AM »
Managers get paid within the band. Could be a case you and your colleague are at different points of the band.