Category: Thomas Paterson

Upgrading pay levels: Benefits and unfair conduct

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Genuine pay differentials: A simple fix required

Garbage in and out It is said that ‘garbage in, is garbage out’ and we are in real danger of not measuring genuine pay differentials. Employers are currently being forced to report wages paid to employees at seven...

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Unscientific job evaluation: Stones and disappearing scorpions

Today I happened upon a post in the blog of the Energy Research Centre (ERC) on 5 June 2017 recording with great sadness that Bill Cowan had passed away.   Bill Cowan (right) with colleagues Patrick van Sleight and Gamieda...

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Value-exchange: Pay for making challenging decisions

When paying someone for work a value-exchange is needed.  Challenging decisions must be properly rewarded but coupled with appropriate accountability. So the reference to “occupational levels” in schedule EEA9 to the Employment...

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EEA amendments: encourage employers

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Tom Paterson: 1909 – 1994 – obituary

Thanks to an internet search it is now possible to reproduce Erik T Paterson’s obituary of a remarkable man, his father, emeritus professor Thomas Thomson Paterson BSc (Edin), MA, PhD (Cantab), Archaeologist,...

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