Oct 142014
 

A very interesting piece of information has come to light, which shows that Capita, which relies in part on contracted staff to deliver the PIP contract, has doubled the incentives offered to their staff, supposedly in order to clear the backlog which has accumulated since the introduction of PIP. As can be seen in the document below, a contracted HP can earn up to £6,300 a month for 21 assessments, after the report is completed. The target does not seem to be stretching it, as it represents 1 assessment per working day. Even if paying this whopping sum, Capita is still bound a make a profit.

see: www.trainedtodo.co.uk/Home

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New Incentive Payment Scheme
To further incentivise performance we have recently launched a NEW performance incentive scheme that runs from 1st August 2014 to 30th September 2014. The rate for completed and closed reports will be doubled for this period.

*New Incentivised Pay Rate for DWP Approved & Unapproved Contract Disability Assessors
Incentive Period 1st Aug 2014 to 30th Sept 2014
1 – 8 assessments        £160 per report
(£80 from 1st Oct 14)

9 – 14 assessments      £200 per report
(£100 from 1st Oct 14)
15 – 20 assessments    £240 per report
(£120 from 1st Oct 14)
21 assessments +        £300 per report
(£150 from 1st Oct 14)
* For DWP ‘Approved’ Disability Assessors
Approved is defined as achieving 4 consecutive Grade A reports following training.
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Our overriding objective when carrying out each and every PIP assessment is to ensure an informed, fair and equitable decision is reached for the claimant and the DWP. Find out more
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CONTRACT ROLES: New Incentive Period Pay Rate!

*£160 – £300 per completed and closed report
New Incentive Period 1st Aug 2014 to 30th Sept 2014

Reverting to £80 – £150 per quality completed report from 1st Oct to 30th Nov 2014
PERMANENT ROLES: New Incentive Payment

£300 for each case completed and closed above the monthly volume target. Incentive period is from 1st Aug 2014 to 30th Sept 2014

Reverting to £150 from 1st Oct 2014 to 30th Nov 2014

Salary: £32k plus 23 days holiday, contributory pension scheme and flexible benefits.

 

 

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  3 Responses to “Capita and PIP: Fancy making £6,300 a month doing Disability assessments?”

  1. Perhaps the Nurses are in the wrong job

  2. People on PIP, don’t even receive that much in year, it’s just discrimination against disabled people of this country. They said Pip was supposed to save money, reading this article its going cost many more millions of pounds the Nasty party at its best, Looking after the rich and screwing the poor.

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