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Payline gives union members and officials access to information on more than 2,000 collective agreements with employers of all sizes in both the private and public sectors.

In addition to information about pay settlements and pay rates, Payline has information about working hours, holidays and special leave, overtime rates, pensions, shift pay, regional allowances, maternity, paternity, other family friendly policies (flexible working, career breaks), union facilities and other subjects that may be covered by negotiations.

Latest pay settlements

Recently reported pay settlements include:-

Agreement Sector Start Description
2 Sisters(West Midlands) Food Processing 01/04/2016 3.1% increase
Audit Scotland Government 01/04/2016 2% paybill increase; 1% increase; plus 1% divided equally amongst all staff with £400 underpin for staff earning less than £22,000. Performance related pay to end and commitment to introduce pay progression;
Doncasters Bramah Manufacturing 01/04/2016 2% increase; improved paternity pay
Honda UK Manufacturing 01/04/2016 2% increase; also performance related progression of 0-3 steps and performance-linked unconsolidated payments of 0%-3%
Local authorities (England & Wales) Local government 01/04/2016 1% increase on pay points from £17,714 (scp 18) and above, while lower pay points increase by up to 6.6%.
Lloyds Banking Group Finance 01/04/2016 2.0% paybill increase; 1% increase to pay ranges; performance related awards of up to 5%
Newcastle Building Society Finance 01/04/2016 2% increase
Scottish Parliament Government 01/04/2016 £400 for staff earning less than £22,000; 1% increase plus progression for other staff; annual payment circa £250 towards health and well being
Volker Rail Transport 01/04/2016 2% increase with an £400 underpin

For the three months from March-May, the median increase on the lowest pay was 2.1% - the median standard increase was 2.0%.

graph of pay settlements and inflation
Payline user guide

The software is customised to meet different unions needs. Click here to choose the appropriate version of the guide.

Who can use Payline?
All members and officials of the unions listed below have access to Payline.
  • Community
  • GMB
  • NUJ
  • PCS
  • RMT
  • TSSA
  • UNISON
  • UNITE

If you do not know your password, phone 020 7902 9811 or email pay@lrd.org.uk - please tell us your union in the email.

Payline demonstration

Enter Payline and type in the user name guest and password guest for a demonstration.

PayLine subscriptions

Unions can only subscribe to Payline at a national level (rates vary according to the size of the union). If you would like to know more about subscribing to Payline please contact Lewis Emery or phone 020 7902 9811.

 

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