This calculator has been designed to help show how the NHS in Wales pay proposals would affect you.

These proposals would be effective 1 April 2018. That means you need to enter your pay point for the pay year 2017/18, prior to the 1 April 2018, even if you have had an increment since then.

Increases to earnings include a combination of pay awards, reform and incremental progression. For staff who have had an element of progression since 1 April 2018, the figure you will see for year 1 includes that.

The calculator shows changes to basic pay. Additional earnings linked to basic pay, such as unsocial hours and high cost area supplements, will also increase in value throughout the course of the deal but are not shown here.

For staff not yet at the top of their pay band the exact timing of increases will depend on their anniversary/incremental date.

Salary levels and earnings changes will be different for staff working less than full time.

All information is presented in good faith but might not account for every circumstance. You should keep in mind that your tax, benefits and pension situation is individual to you and increases to your basic pay may change these.”

Figures have been provided by NHS Wales Employers.

For those staff in Bands 8c, 8d and 9, who are yet to reach the top of the band, there are ongoing discussions about the definition of the no detriment principle and its application. It is anticipated that these discussions will be concluded quickly with additional information for staff on these pay points made available on this web site.

You need to enter your pay point for the pay year 2017/18, prior to the 1 April 2018, even if you have had an increment since then.