Job evaluation schemes and appeals
To evaluate the majority of Council roles, we propose to replace the current Greater London Whitley Council (GLWC) job evaluation scheme with the Greater London Provincial Council (GLPC) scheme.
To evaluate senior management roles, we also propose to replace the current Hay job evaluation scheme with the Local Government Employers (LGE) scheme.
all affected employees were provided with details of the evaluation of their current substantive post using either the GLPC or LGE schemes as appropriate. The details of the schemes in the links above provide the explanation for the evaluation of each factor and how they relate to the scoring of your post.
The GLPC and LGE schemes points-to-grade boundaries can be found here.
Job evaluation appeals and moderation
All affected employees will have been provided with the opportunity to appeal against the job evaluation outcome of their substantive post as part of the T&C consultation process.
All new starters since September 2016 will be provided with details of the T&C proposals, an Impact Statement and the opportunity to appeal against the job evaluation outcome of their substantive post.
Also, all employees who have changed their substantive post since September 2016 will be provided with a Revised Impact Statement and an opportunity to appeal against the job evaluation outcome of their new substantive post.
In order to appeal, you should complete the Job Evaluation Appeal Form showing which factors you believe have been evaluated incorrectly and explain why you feel your role meets the requirements of the factor level you believe it should be evaluated at.
If your post has been evaluated using the GLPC scheme, please use:
If your post has been evaluated using the LGE scheme, please use:
Trade Union members may wish to seek the support and advice from their Trade Union representatives when preparing an appeal.
All Job Evaluation Appeal Forms must be submitted to the T&C Project Team firstname.lastname@example.org within 2 weeks of the date of the Impact Statement – Job Evaluation (which identifies the evaluated grade of your substantive post) (please note this timescale replaces the initial timescale stated in the Proposals Booklet).
Job Evaluation Appeal forms received after that timescale will only be considered in exceptional circumstances, where employees are able to demonstrate that it was not possible for them to meet that timescale. The decision to accept late appeals will be made by the Chief Executive, or a nominated representative and will be final.
In accordance with best practice and to ensure the job evaluation process is carried out with consistency, fairness and integrity, a further moderation review of all job evaluation scores will be carried out after each job evaluation appeal. All job evaluation appeals and moderation review will be carried out jointly by the Council and the trade unions.
Following the Job Evaluation Appeal/Moderation process, affected employees will be notified of the grading outcome directly. Details of the job evaluation factor levels, points score and grade for each Job Profile are available by clicking on the links below:
Please note: this information identifies each job by the T&C Job Profile number. You can find the Job Profile number of your substantive post at the top of the Impact Statement – Job Evaluation which has already been provided to you.