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AUTHOR: Sue Milsome
Following the creation of Unison in 1993 and the legacy of five different sets of terms and conditions, the union set about equality-proofing its pay structure for staff, and harmonising terms and conditions. This case study charts the obstacles that were overcome and details the new pay structure.
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Aftermath of merger
Job evaluation needed
Establishing the factors of a job
Benchmarking, analysing and assimilating jobs
Overcoming protection obstacles
Equal value issues
Box 1: Timeline
Box 2: Document extract of Unison's job evaluation scheme
Box 3: Unison's pay and grading structure, effective from 1 January 2009Additional
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