A big thank you

AFPRBFollowing the Government’s acceptance in full of the 2015 Armed Forces Pay Review Body (AFPRB) recommendation, the RAF… More information

Chairman of the Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body re-appointed

AFPRBThe Prime Minister has re-appointed John Steele as the chairman of the Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body. The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has appointed John Steele to serve a second term of two years as chairman of the AFPRB from March 2016. The AFPRB provides independent advice to the… More information

Pay: What is your thinking?

Pay survey pigWelcome to our survey asking for your views and comments on Pay & Quality of Life. This is YOUR chance to give YOUR opinions on PAY, Work/life balance, Service pension, Your own home, Leave entitlement, Deployment, Allowances, Debt and more… YOUR evidence will help inform the Armed Forces Pay Review Body when we present to them in the Autumn. Please complete this 5 minute survey TODAY! More information

MoD responds to news surrounding Armed Forces pay Decision

MOD“It has been reported that the Ministry of Defence has not accepted the recommendation of the Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body (AFPRB) for a 0.5% increase in the X-Factor, a supplement added to Forces wages to reflect the hardships and uncertainties of military life.  “MoD has accepted… More information

Prime Minister removes AFPRB top man from office

The Palace of WestminsterThe media is reporting that the head of the Armed Forces Pay Review Body has been ‘sacked’ for recommending pay rises for the Armed Forces… More information

Government not accepted recommendation to raise X-Factor

PAYThe 2013 report of the Armed Forces’ Pay Review Body (AFPRB) has made it recommendations in its report to the Government. The Government has not accepted the recommendation to raise X-Factor by 0.5%. All other recommendations put forward by the AFPRB have been accepted and will take effect from 1 Apr 13. The AFPRB Recommendations were: A 1% increase… More information

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