Contract - London Borough of Croydon SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL...

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London Borough of Croydon SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Name of employer: London Borough of Croydon Name of employee: Tony Antoniou Date employment starts under these conditions: 1/06/2011 Date employment ends under these conditions: N/A Date continuous employment with Croydon starts: 1/05/2010 Date continuous Local Government Service starts: N/A see paragraph 2 below Date this summary was issued: 13/06/2011 This statement given under the Employment Rights Act 1996 is intended to indicate the principal conditions which govern your employment at the date employment starts under these conditions, but subject to consultation it does not in any way limit the Council’s right to vary these conditions. 1. JOB DETAILS 1.1 Job Title : Director of Regeneration and Economy 1.2 Salary Your post is grade COB which equates to spinal column points 5 to 8 Your starting spinal column point is 5 The salary for this grade is £90,792 to £98,664 If you are currently receiving a Chief officer allowance, you will continue to do so pending the outcome of the pay and grading review mentioned in paragraph 1.5. Your starting salary will be £90,792 The salary above is pro rata for anything other than full time working. You are eligible for incremental progression to the top of your grade subject to receiving an overall rating of excellent in your annual assessment under the Council’s Performance Development and Competency Scheme. The performance year runs from 1 April to 31 March and you must be in post for a full performance year before being eligible for an increment. Annual increments are effective from 1 April and the Council reserves the right to delay payment of an increment until the annual appraisal and moderation processes is completed. The Council periodically revises its pay, performance, appraisal and expenses 13/06/2011 Tony Antoniou Page 1 of 11
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arrangements and reserves the right to change these provisions and those set out in this document with notice. Such changes may include, but are not limited to, the removal of one pay, performance, appraisal and/or expenses scheme and its replacement with another scheme. Your salary is paid by direct credit to a bank or building society account, normally on the 24 th of each month or the nearest weekday before that if the 24 th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Bank Holiday. You have a responsibility to ensure that you are being paid correctly and to report any discrepancies to the Council. Any overpayments made to you by the Council during the course of your employment will be reclaimed. You hereby consent to the Council making deductions from your salary, or any other payments due to you from the Council, in respect of any such overpayments or any other money which you may owe the Council at any time.
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