PWP payment

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Marcella90
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PWP payment

Post by Marcella90 » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:15 pm

Hi,
Ive recently found out that I have been succesful in my application to become a trainee pwp for the NHS.I'm absolutely overjoyed but I was wondering if anybody knew how often payment is and do you have to work a month in hand?

any info would be great :D

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Victoriomantic
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Re: PWP payment

Post by Victoriomantic » Wed Aug 29, 2018 7:10 pm

For us, we were paid at the end of the first month we started, paid monthly around the 26th each month.

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Re: PWP payment

Post by hawke » Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:32 pm

I've had pay dates vary from the 15th-28th of the month.

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Re: PWP payment

Post by nomnom » Mon Sep 03, 2018 9:17 am

I think it depends on when the cut off mark is for payroll compared with when you start but generally I have been paid at the end of the month (for the 2 weeks that I have worked). I did work for a charity once that had their payday on the 15th so it meant you got paid for the month (2 weeks worked and 2 weeks in hand until next payday).

Enjoy your PWP training - I know a lot is said about IAPT as a whole but I found and still find the experience very valuable :-)
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