United Kingdom - Lifting of 1% pay cap for Scottish public workers - August 31, 2017

Campaigning by PCS and other public-sector trade unions has led the Scottish Government to announce that it will remove the 1% pay cap from 2018. The minister with responsibility for Scottish Government pay policy, has also agreed to allow employers to bring all pay settlement dates forward to 1 April 2018. This will mean earlier pay rises in 2018 for thousands of PCS members in the Scottish Government sector.

English: http://www.pcs.org.uk/news/union-campaigning-leads-scottish-government …  

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