Trade union facility time

 Table 1

Relevant Union Officials

 

Number of employees who were relevant Union officials during the relevant period (April 2021 – March 2022)

Full time equivalent employee number

19

18.2

 Table 2

Percentage of time spent on facility time

 

Percentage of working hours spent by employees who were relevant union officials employed during the relevant period on facility time

Number of employees

0%

14

1-50%

4

51-99%

1

100%

0

Table 3

Percentage of pay bill spent on facility time

Percentage of total pay bill spent on paying employees who were relevant union officials for facility time (during the relevant period)

Total Cost of Facility Time

36060.30

Total Pay Bill

170,245,000.00

Percentage of total pay bill spent on facility time calculated as: (total cost of facility time ÷ total pay bill) x 100

0.02%

Table 4

Paid trade union activities

Time spent on paid trade union activities as a percentage of total paid facility time hours calculated as:

(Total hours spent on paid trade union activities by relevant union officials ÷ total paid facility time hours) x100

 

 6.95%

 

Last updated: June 2022

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