Working Rule Agreement Travel And Fares

5 Agreement on the working rules of the Joint Council of the Construction Industry (CIJC) The parties to the Joint Council of the Construction Industry (CIJC) have adopted a recommendation for a two-year agreement on remuneration. The tables of base rates of pay are listed below for the two years beginning Monday, July 25, 2016 and Monday, June 26, 2017. The exemption from untaxed accommodation and fare allowances was granted by HMRC with effect from 1 August 2016. ENTITLEMENT TO BASIC WAGE RATES FROM MONDAY 25. JULY 2016 Classification Basic salary (Pence per hour) Weekly rates based on 39 hours ( ) General operator 873 Skill rate 4 3 2 1 941 996 1065 1106 Craft rate 1161 AS OF MONDAY 26 JUNE 2017 Classification Basic wage (Pence per hour) Weekly rates based on 39 hours ( ) General operation 897 Skill rate 4 3 2 1 967 1024 1094 1136 Craft rate 1193 These rates are agreed and announced on the basis that an increase cannot be reduced by adjusting the existing contractual premium systems. Such agreements can help avoid labour disputes and simplify the process of negotiating terms between a very large number of different employers and employees. In addition, expenses such as travel and accommodation expenses paid to employees under a WRA are not considered income for tax purposes. 4 This service is normally provided by the B&CE Group. APPENDIX A DAILY RATE AND TRAVEL ALLOWANCES. (Effective August 1, 2016) The scale for calculating allowances has been calibrated from kilometre to kilometre as follows: One-way distance in miles Travel allowance (taxed) Allowance (untaxed) Distance one distance in miles Travel allowance (taxed) Allowance (untaxed) 9 30 10 31 11 32 12 33 13 34 14 35 15 36 16 37 17 38 18 39 19 40 20 41 21 42 22 43 23 44 45 25 46 26 47 27 48 28 49 29 50 With due regard for health and safety, an employee may be required to travel distances beyond the published scope. In this case, the payment of each additional mile must be made according to the difference between the fare of the 49th and 50th miles.

All distances must be measured using the RAC route planner/AAA route planner or similar using the postal codes of the employee`s home and work address based on the shortest distance ( ). HMRC explains on EIM 50605ff. how certain construction and civil engineering employees can receive travel and accommodation allowances under standard work arrangements without tax being deducted under PAYE. Working arrangements are established between employers` associations and trade unions that define the working conditions of many workers in construction and related sectors. .

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