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unknown2016
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Do FY1 repeating 4 months get paid slightly more as according to the scale of how long they have worked? How will the new contract, if implemented, have impact on an FY1 doing an extesnsion?
So I have posted recently anonymously on this forum regarding to potenitially repeating 4 months of my FY1 year. I am still awaiting for the decision but am curious regarding to the pay.
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You'll be undertaking an appointment with the incoming FY1s, so you'll presumably be moved onto the new contract which eliminates annual pay points. So you'll be paid a basic of £26,350 + the various supplements associated with antisocial hours.
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I suspect Etomidate is right. Under the old contract you would have been paid on a higher annual pay point the second time you went through FY1. Under the new contract, I believe you would be paid the same both years.
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I thought the new contract is not being introduced until October though, no? So if it's your first 4 months wouldn't you be on the old contract?
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(Original post by seaholme)
I thought the new contract is not being introduced until October though, no? So if it's your first 4 months wouldn't you be on the old contract?
Just double checked the timeline and this is correct. Implementation isn't until November - December for FY1s. My mistake.

So I guess OP will continue on the old contract at the next pay point (£24,282).
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