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Co-operative Funeralcare Operational Management Grading Panel

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Co-operative Funeralcare
Operational Management Grading Panel

 
Recognising that the scope of operational management roles within Funeralcare vary so much in size from one region / hub to another, NACO and Funeralcare agreed the implementation of the Funeralcare Management Grading System in 2008.
 
The Funeralcare Management Grading Panel was also established in 2008. Made up of representatives from both Funeralcare and NACO, the panel meets annually to review applications from colleagues in operational management roles that wish to have their Funeralcare Management Grading reviewed.
 
Making an application
Colleagues in operational management roles, or their line managers, are invited to make a submission to the panel if they feel that:

  • the management grading system is disadvantaging them in any way
  • their salary is not pitched fairly within the new grading system
  • their role has changed significantly since its grading

The application process allows for submission by a line manager on behalf of a colleague, or a self-submission. The endorsement of your line manager is not a requirement.
 
The grading panel will next meet in early March 2012; to make an application to the panel for consideration submit this form by 24th February 2012.  Additional documentation can be submitted if you believe it will add to your application.

Once completed, the form can be submitted directly to the panel via Leo Turner (Employee Relations Manager), alternatively, NACO members can submit the application to NACO via the National Office.
 
The review process
Once received, your application will be given careful consideration by the Grading Panel and a result will be communicated to you at the earliest opportunity.
 
If you have any questions regarding the Funeralcare Management Grading System or the review panel, you can contact Leo Turner by email leo.turner@co-operative.coop or contact the NACO National Office

 

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