incremental pay scale

incremental pay scale

a graduated PAY scale upon which an employee's position is determined usually by a combination of age, experience and length of service. After each year of service the employee will generally be given an increment, i.e. moved one position up the scale. However, organizations are increasingly determining movement on such pay scales according to job performance.
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They have a guaranteed incremental pay scale and generous salaries.
I totally agree with letter-writer Carol McCord in the September issue of Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand ("Experienced nurse feels undervalued", p3) who argues the need for an incremental pay scale for experienced nurses.
But positions could be opened again after 2016 knowing the vote-buying ways of our politicians and the only guarantee of keeping the payroll under control in the future would be through a radical reform of the pay structure -- keeping the programme reductions as well as scrapping CoLA and re-calculating incremental pay scales -- which gives public employees automatic annual pay rises in excess of five per cent.
Rather than award a 1% pay increase across the board, the government has given a 1% non-pensionable increase to NHS staff at the top of their incremental pay scales only.
But those still rising on the incremental pay scales are receiving above inflation rises.
Yes, in the short term junior officers would gain by the shortening of incremental pay scales and, yes, some officers would have access to an annual payment of pounds 1,002.
Did we really need experts to tell us that guaranteeing workers' annual pay rises in the region of eight to 10 per cent -- incremental pay scales, general pay rise and CoLA -- irrespective of performance de-motivated them and encouraged low productivity?
The current incremental pay scales are also being examined with a view to reducing the number of increments in each pay band.
This year, thanks to this sacrifice, a civil servant's salary rose by close to 5 per cent, as a result of the Cost of Living Allowance and incremental pay scales.
0 per cent, thanks to incremental pay scales and the Cost of Living Allowance.

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