Pay Recommendations expected

PAYWe are expecting the recommendations of the Armed Forces Pay Review Body (AFPRB) to be announced soon. Along with other public sector employees, the Armed Forces are restricted to a maximum 1% pay rise in this coming pay round and even that 1% it is not guaranteed. 2012 was the year X-Factor was due for its 5 year review, currently valued at 14%…More information »

If Money means Something – Please respond. Only 3 days left…

There are only three days left to respond to our pay and pension survey which closes on 30 Jun 12. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions on money issues giving the RAF FF evidence to try and secure a pay increase for Apr 13. As the Armed Forces is relinquished from the two year pay freeze there is not much on the table but we need the evidence to say that RAF personnel deserve something…More information »

Autumn Statement – Armed Forces

George Osborne’s 2011 Autumn statement confirmed the country’s worsening economic outlook. The Chancellor has taken further measures to curb expenditure and on public sector pay has capped pay rises to 1% beyond the two-year pay freeze currently in place. Since the announcement the Treasury has confirmed that this cap on pay will also apply to the Armed Forces. The MoD is seeking urgent clarification…More information »

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