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Bargaining Pay

Volume 264: debated on Monday 23 October 1995

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will provide in respect of his plan for pay delegation submitted to the Treasury (a) description of the staff in each bargaining unit covered by the plan, distinguishing staff in H.Q. functions, agencies and agency candidates, and in other identifiable business units and (b) proposals for trade union recognition in each bargaining unit and the negotiating machinery to be put in place in each bargaining unit. [38287]

Under the Treasury's own pay delegation, all staff who will not be members of the new senior civil service will be dealt with as a single group. The Treasury's departmental industrial relations agreement provides for discussions between management and the departmental trade union side on matters including pay and conditions.