Your payslip explained
|Term used on payslip||Explanation for full-time||Explanation for less than full time|
|Basic pay||The relevant nodal pay point for your grade, calculated on an average of 40 hours per week||Based on the proportion of full-time you work. 1/40th of the relevant nodal point, multiplied by your average weekly hours|
|Additional rostered hours||Any additional contracted hours over 40 (up to maximum of 48, or 56 for doctors who have opted out of working time regulations)||N/A|
|Night duty||Any hours receiving an enhanced rate of 37% of your hourly basic pay. Hours are: between 9pm and 7am; hours worked until 10am in shifts of 8 hours or longer which start between 8pm and 11.59pm; any shift which ends between 12am and 4am||Same as full-time|
|Weekend allowance||An allowance set as a % of your basic salary for working 1 in 8 or more frequent weekends||An allowance paid pro rata to the value of the full-time allowance, based on your work schedule’s proportion of full-time commitment to the weekend rota|
|On-call availability / non-resident on-call||An allowance of 8% of your basic salary to compensate for your availability while non-resident on-call, regardless of frequency||The cash value of the 8% allowance is paid pro rata to your proportional commitment to the full time on-call rota|
|Flexible pay premia||This could be for: general practice, psychiatry, emergency medicine, histopathology, academia, oral and maxillo-facial surgery, and exceptional flexible pay premia||As with full-time, but pro rata|
|Transitional pay premium||N/A||An annual payment of £1,500 for all LTFT trainees training LTFT on 3 August 2016, or who were on maternity leave and returned to training LTFT|
|LTFT allowance||N/A||Any doctor training LTFT and paid under the 2016 TCS pay system (which excludes section 2 pay protected trainees) will be paid £1,000 a year, monthly, for as long as they train LTFT|
Less than full time pay explainer
Detailed pay guidance
We've created a handy, dynamic guide to help you get to grips with your LTFT payslip.
Cash floor pay protection
With your first payslip, your employer should send a separate statement in the format of a template. This explains how your cash floor pay protection amount, if applicable, has been calculated.