Prison Service Pay Review Body seventh report on England and Wales 2007
Key recommendations this year are: a six point incremental scale for operational support grades incorporating a 2.2% increase at maximum & minimum, with a common incremental date of 1 April; OSGs other than probationers will receive their 2008 increment before assimilating to the new scale; a 2.2% conolidated increase to maximum and minimum of officer pay scale, to maximum of scales for night patrol, storeman, assistant storeman and auxiliary grades; a 2.7% consolidated increase to senior officer (SO) salary to the minimum of the PO scale; a 2.7% consolidated increase to maximum of pay range A and a 2.2% increase to maximum of pay ranges B to G and the decoupling of the pay ranges from the pay spine; no change to specialist allowances or to care & maintenance of dogs allowance; a 2.2% increase to the required hours addition (RHA), contracted supplementary hours (CSH), bedwatch, constant watch and Operation Tornado payments and other allowances; no change to locality pay
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2.2 per cent 24 hour period 31 March April basic pay Bedwatch cent increase common incremental date consider David Hanson Dirty Protest earnings growth England and Wales HM Treasury HMP Parkhurst industrial action less than 24 Locality Pay Lord Carter maintenance of dogs morale and motivation Northern Ireland notional rents officer scale Operation Tornado payments oral evidence OSG scale overall parties pay and grading pay arrangements pay award pay range Pay Review Body pay scale pay spine period or proportionately periods of less POA's Prison Service Pay private sector proportionately for periods PSA proposed PSA's PSTUS public sector pay range maxima recruitment and retention remit group remit letter Report Required Hours Addition retail prices index RPIX scale for OSGs senior operational managers Service in England Service Pay Review Service's specialist allowances support grades take account target terms of reference turnover rates workforce reform