Can anyone explain how the shift allowance works for the call handler position. Ive been told its a basic plus 20% shift allowance. Is this allowance 20% of the annual salary applied in equal portions over the year or is it based on how many unsociable hours your work per month and its added onto that or is is added onto the entire shift worked if it includes an unsociable element?
Police Call Handler Shift Allowance question
Posted 20 January 2013 - 07:43 PM
It will be your basic salary, plus 20% of that basic salary. You will probably get weekend working allowance as well, which wil depend on the kind of shift patern that you work.
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 11:06 PM
Thanks I hope that this is the case as I was on 20K in my last job and have taken a drop to 17K to work for the police... and as I am a sole breadwinner with a mortgage every penny will count. I am totally stoked to have got the job tbh as over 1000 people applied...will be starting next month
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I received the offer notification at the end of November, the vetting and medical took place after that date and I passed the vetting about a month later. They wanted me to start on the January induction but I had to give 4 weeks notice...
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