Why do you want to work for Enfield Council?

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Why do you want to work for Enfield Council?

We are passionate about our people and how we deliver services to our community in Enfield. That’s why we encourage a culture that puts our customers at the heart of everything we do, by empowering our people to collaborate, think innovatively, make decisions and find solutions.

What is spine points pay?

PAYSCALE SPINE POINT is the point within a PAYSCALE that has been reached by an EMPLOYEE for a POSITION.

How many employees does Enfield Council have?

8,000 staff
Enfield Council is the largest employer in the borough with over 8,000 staff.

How do I contact Enfield Council?

Speak to us If you need help or can’t find what you’re looking for, call 020 8379 1000 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

What happens when you reach the top of your pay scale?

When someone approaches or hits the top of his or her pay range, the firm may have to rely on smaller-than-normal salary increases—usually limited to a cost-of-living increase plus a one-time bonus—until the contract is renegotiated.

What are pay increments?

A salary increment is an addition made to an employee’s annual pay that differs from a bonus. Employers use increments to either raise or lower base salaries and to adjust compensation. This form of salary increase differs from bonuses and commissions, which usually depends on performance.

Will council workers get a pay rise 2021?

The claim is far in excess of the 1.75% pay rise agreed for council staff in 2021-22, or the 2.75% rise for 2020-21 – the latter being the highest annual increase awarded to employees in over a decade.

Is Enfield a deprived area?

Nationally, Enfield is ranked 64th most deprived out of the 326 local authority areas in England. Within the Borough of Enfield itself, the most deprived wards, in rank order, are Edmonton Green, Upper Edmonton, Lower Edmonton, Ponders End and Turkey Street.

How many wards are there in Enfield?

We are currently a Labour Party controlled local authority with 63 councillors, representing our 21 wards.

Is Enfield a nice area?

Enfield is a very family friendly area and whilst crime does exist, rates are lower than average compared to the rest of the Metropolitan Police force area and average in comparison to similar areas of the UK.

How much does Enfield council pay per year?

See how your offer stacks up to other pay packages and negotiate confidently. How much does Enfield Council pay per year? The average Enfield Council salary ranges from approximately £50,795 per year for a Teacher to £43,523 per year for a Social Worker. Enfield Council employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.3/5 stars.

What is the most common birthday for Enfield council employees?

The most common birthday for Council employees is 8th June with 40 individuals sharing the date, many happy returns to you all! On 1st April 2018, our oldest Enfield Pensioner will be 105 PAYROLL&PENSION 3 Self Assessment What is self-assessment? Self assessment is not a tax.

What is the average age of a council employee?

On 1stApril 2018, the average age of a Council employee will be 44 PAYROLL&PENSION 14 School Teachers’ Pay Award 2018 The 2018/19 annual pay round marks the shift to a Single Fiscal Event in the Autumn which will delay the School Teachers’ Review Body’s (STRB) receipt of evidence from the Department.

What is the Enfield pension fund doing with my personal data?

The Enfield Pension Fund is a Data Controller under the General Data Protection Regulations. This means we store, hold and manage your personal data in line with statutory requirements to enable us to provide you with pension administration services.

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