We are pleased to advise Branches our Post Office members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the Pay Agreement covering the years 2021/22, 2022/23 and 2023/24 as follows:YES VOTES in favour of the pay agreement93994%NO VOTES against the agreement566%TURNOUT73%

*spoilt ballot papers – 2

The positive ballot result means members will receive both the pay uplift of 9% from 1st April 2023 and the appropriate lump sum payments with their May salaries.

Disappointingly PO are unable to process these payments in time for the April salaries due to a combination of time constraints and the amount of year end work along with the configuration of data checking that is required to implement the pay award and lump sums.

All other benefits associated with the pay agreement (refer to LTB 074/23), including improvements to Annual Leave Entitlement, Scheduled Attendance being rolled out across Supply Chain Cash Centres, improvements to Paternity leave and Parental Bereavement leave, and the removal of the entry rate for a Counter Clerk, will apply from 1st April.

In closing, we wish to once again thank our Representatives and members for their support throughout the pay dispute.  There is no doubt our members’ determination has helped to deliver this outcome.

The next pay review date is 1st April 2024.

Yours sincerely

Andy Furey            
A/Deputy General Secretary (Postal)

LTB 091/23 – Post Office – Pay Agreement – 94% Yes Vote

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