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Joint Report of the Council and the General Board on the implementation in Cambridge of the 2000 pay increase for non-clinical academic and academic-related staff: Notice

11 December 2000

The Council have considered the remarks made at the Discussion of this Report on 5 December 2000 (p. 328) and thank Dr Dodgson for his support of their decision to pay a uniform lump sum to each member of the assistant staff.

Dr Evans queried procedures for making extra payments to senior administrative staff and others. The current procedures were approved by the Regent House by Graces 7, 8, and 10 of 25 November 1998. The recommendations in the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board on new arrangements for additional, discretionary pay awards to non-clinical academic and academic-related officers in non-professorial grades and to the holders of analogous unestablished posts were approved by the Regent House by Grace 8 of 22 March 2000.

Dr Evans also referred to the Personnel Division's Working Group on Recruitment, Reward, and Retention. The Council expect to receive the preliminary proposals made by this Working Group at their next meeting. These proposals, if approved, will form the basis of a subsequent Joint Report of the Council and the General Board to the Regent House on recruitment and other matters.

The only matter in the Joint Report of the Council and the General Board on the implementation in Cambridge of the 2000 pay increase for non-clinical academic and academic-related staff which requires the approval of the Regent House at this time is the amendment to the scale of stipends for University Assistant Lecturers shown in Schedule I to the regulations for Stipends (Stipends and scales of stipends for University offices specified in Statute D, I, 1(a) and certain other offices, Statutes and Ordinances, p. 640). The Council are submitting a Grace to the Regent House for the approval of this recommendation (Grace 8, p. 318).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 13 December 2000
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