Unite in AXA reps meet to discuss pay

Unite in AXA union reps are meeting on Thursday to discuss pay, before talks with AXA commence next week. Make sure you have given your feedback to your local rep or left it on this site…


  1. Carol Evans Said,

    December 7, 2010 @ 12:17 pm

    Would like to have a fair increase in salary this year as no increases were given last year and I worked and achieved an Outstanding Rating to what appears no avail so would like fair compenstation this year.

  2. Clive Sloman Said,

    December 7, 2010 @ 1:33 pm

    I would like you to consider those employees that haven’t had a pay rise for several years due to being at the top of the pay range. Bonuses are helpful, but only clear debts built up over the year.

  3. Steve Blease Said,

    December 8, 2010 @ 3:59 pm

    @Clive – a couple of years back we did negotiate that every third year people at the top of the grades received a consolidate pay rise. Whilst not perfect it is better than what we had before but we will look at the issue again.

  4. John Said,

    December 15, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

    It’s one thing not getting a pay rise because you’re paid above AXA’s defined market rate for the job, spare a thought for all those paid under the market rate. Year in year out they get good performance ratings demonstrating they are doing their job or better yet their pay rises don’t make any headway into getting them towards to market rate which AXA defines as a fair rate of pay.

    I would be interested to see published how many get paid below AXA’s market rate and for how long they’ve been below the rate at their current grade. I think if you’ve been on a grade for 2-3yrs, under AXA’s market rate and got consistent successful or better ratings during that time then you should be moved to bottom of the market rate pay scale as you’re clearly demonstrating that you’re doing your job well.

    We were promised that we would all get to the market rate but it’s a distant dream for those paid below market where as those above get a top up once in a while to keep them above the market that we’re left chasing.

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