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Additional Information

This page contains additional information related to the Scottish Government's Public Sector Pay Policy:

  • Pay Data
  • Equality Impact Assessments
  • Acceptance and remuneration of Non-Executive Directorships - guidance
  • Regional Pay - Scottish Government evidence (May 2012)

 

Pay Data

Public Sector Pay - Pay and Benefits

The following details the pay and benefits within each public body subject to the Scottish Government's Public Sector Pay Policy for Staff Pay Remits. The information is for those public bodies who have provided details following implementation of their annual pay settlement. This information will be published bi-annually.

A list of public bodies covered by the pay policy is available at: http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Government/public-sector-pay/staff-pay.

Pay Data - February 2016

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Public Sector Pay Data - September 2016 [PDF, 264.7 kb: 13 Sep 2016]
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Equality Impact Assessments

One of the strategic aims of the Public Sector Pay Policy is to continue to work towards making sure that pay is fair and non-discriminatory. From 2013-14, a summary Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Sector Pay Policy will be published annually (available as a downloadable document below).

Public Sector Pay

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Equality Impact Assessment summary 2017-18 [PDF, 331.5 kb: 16 May 2017]
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Equality Impact Assessment summary 2016-17

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Equality Impact Assessment summary 2016-17 [PDF, 337.3 kb: 16 Dec 2015]
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Equality Impact Assessments

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Equality Impact Assessment summary 2015-16 [PDF, 284.5 kb: 09 Feb 2015]
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Equality Impact Assessment 2014-15 - summary

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Equality Impact Assessment summary 2014-15 [PDF, 306.2 kb: 27 Mar 2014]
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Equality Impact Assessment - Summary

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Equality Impact Assessment summary 2013-14 [PDF, 166.1 kb: 25 Feb 2013]
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Acceptance and remuneration of Non-Executive Directorships - guidance

The SG wishes to promote and encourage senior officers and appointees making appropriate contributions to the work of other bodies – thereby broadening their experience; allowing them to give other bodies the benefit of their expertise; and enhancing the contribution they can make to their own employer. However, it is important to ensure that there is:

  • no conflict of interest;
  • the time commitment is appropriate; and
  • arrangements for remuneration are seen to be appropriate

Public Bodies Information Update 109 (available as a downloadable document below) deals with how to ensure these conditions are met.

PB Information Update 109

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:PB Information Update 109 [PDF, 389.8 kb: 28 Apr 2016]
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Regional pay

Regional Pay (May 2012)

The Scottish Government has also submitted evidence to the independent UK pay review bodies which challenges the UK coalition government's economic case for regional pay.

Regional Pay

Downloadable document:

Title:Public Sector Pay Policy - additional information
Description:Additional information
File:Regional Pay - Scottish Government evidence [PDF, 42.3 kb: 25 May 2012]
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