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Daily HR Support Contact Us
HR Remote Service Desk 0800 073 4444 (option 3)
Term time:  Monday to Thursday 08.00 - 17.30
                   Friday 08.00 - 16.00

School closure periods: Monday to Friday 09.30 - 16.00
Fax Number 01372 834450
Email Address EducationHR@babcockinternational.com
Forthcoming Reduced Service Days Voicemail will be in operation on the following days/times due to team meetings/training. Messages will be returned as soon as possible.            
            
24th July 2017: 9.30am - 4.00pm
3rd October 2017: 10.30am - 2.30pm         
  
Training and Development Opportunities

Visit our HR Training page for details of forthcoming courses.

In-house training on a wide range of HR topics is also available. Download our brochure for more information.
 
  
   Latest News
 
20-07-17

Teachers' pay update - draft pay ranges and updated pay policies now available

Further to our previous update (12-07-17) draft teachers' pay ranges and discretionary pay reference points are now available to download on the Teachers' Pay Ranges page. Updated pay policies reflecting this pay award are also available on the Pay Policies page.

 
18-07-17
 
Working hours calculator for term time only staff - 2017/18 version now available

If you use the optional working hours calculator for term time only staff in Surrey schools you may be interested in the new version for the 2017-18 academic year which is now available to download on the Surrey Pay page. 
 
14-07-17
 
The Taylor Review of modern working practices

The Taylor Review, commissioned last autumn and published on 11th July 2017, has been considering the implications of modern employment practices on worker rights and responsibilities, as well as employer freedoms and obligations. This review was commissioned partly to address the impact of the rise in short-term casual work (‘gig’ work) which is often undertaken on an ostensibly self-employed basis. The government has committed to careful consideration of the contents with a view to formally responding later in the year but the Prime Minister has already openly stated an intention to take action to ensure that the interests of workers are properly protected.

Download our guidance which contains a summary of the key recommendations, focussing on those we think will be of most relevance to the education workforce if taken forward.

Further updates will be provided later in the year once the government has responded to the Review.


12-07-17 
 
Teachers' pay award update

On 10th July 2017 the proposed teachers' pay award, accepted by the Secretary of State for Education subject to consultation, was published as part of the School Teachers' Review Body's latest report. The recommended award is for a 2% increase on the main pay range and a 1% increase on all other ranges and TLR/SEN allowances. As in recent years the increase only applies to the minima and maxima of the pay ranges and it is for schools to determine whether to apply the award to salaries in payment. Further guidance is available to download on our Teachers' Pay Ranges page.

 
04-07-17
 
Round-Up of Forthcoming Employment Law, Policy and Pay Changes (Summer Term 2017)

You can get up to date with all the latest developments and forthcoming changes affecting the schools workforce by reading or watching this term's law and policy round-up, HR Brief, just released today.

29-06-17 

IR35 'FAQs' now available

In response to a number of queries we have developed FAQs for Surrey maintained schools on the application of IR35 rules. Please contact your HR consultant or the Remote Service Helpdesk if you have further queries not covered.

 
14-06-17

Latest HR Bytes E-newsletter now available

Customers can now download the latest edition of our HR newsletter, released today, via the Newsletters, Briefings and Training page.

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