Pay

Public and civil service pay


2020 Spending Review - initial analysis and briefing   info
The 2020 Spending Review sets non-capital (or “Resource”) budgets for all Government Departments for the financial year 2021-22, determining how much money Departments and associated Arms-Length Bodies have to spend on pay, recruitment and other running costs for that year. It therefore has important consequences for civil servants and anyone working in the public sector, as well as for citizens, businesses and communities who benefit from their work. This briefing sets out initial analysis of the new economic forecasts and budget allocations published with the Spending Review, and highlights announcements and developments of particular interest to Prospect and Bectu sectors.
 26 November 2020 

Pay claim for staff in the Scottish Government, 2019   info
Pay claim for staff in the Scottish Government, 2019
 04 April 2019 

Civil service pay briefing for MPs   info
Contents include: financial burden on civil servants, comparison with MPs' pay, recruitment and retention and the judicial review taken out in 2018
 06 March 2019 

Civil service non-consolidated, performance-related pay, 2014   info
Spreadsheet showing non-consolidated pay in the civil service 2014 by organisation
 06 November 2015