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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
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    Bullsh1t Artist.
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    Inertia, however........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    Indeed, while I am still a Senior BA, I had to lose the BA title to get a decent salary (yep, you did read that right...)
    So you're just a Senior now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSharp View Post
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    whatever happened to systems analysts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohntheBike View Post
    whatever happened to systems analysts?
    Now known as Technical BA's.

    This will likely change next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paralytic View Post
    So you're just a Senior now?
    Yes. Lloyds show their IR35 hand.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    BA’s in my team at Lloyd’s were offered 92K base + bonus + car + benefits

    London - payments

    Guys on £850 a day as contractors


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    Question:

    Is that the rate the agency are billing them at or the gross rate the contractor is billing the agency?

    If the latter, a ~£130K package is not far off a £550 day rate (allowing £300 for the agency)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjcp View Post
    Question:

    Is that the rate the agency are billing them at or the gross rate the contractor is billing the agency?

    If the latter, a ~£130K package is not far off a £550 day rate (allowing £300 for the agency)...

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    £850 to the contractors

    Can’t pay them £130K as that’s program directors salary and they would be outside the pay scale £92K is the highest of the high for the band so would never increase either


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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerfederer View Post
    High quality PMs are worth paying for. I’ve yet to meet a fantastic BA. Salaries seem to indicate this is there just aren’t that many great BAs out there. I would expect the top 10% of BAs to be on an extra £10k to £15k above the average. Those roles will likely not emerge for another year as colonies attempt to hoover up excessive numbers of discounted ex-contractors.
    I used to work for a top consultancy. The BA’s were very good. We used to go to other company’s and mentor their BA’s as part of the deal.

    I agree. 90% of BA’s are terrible.

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    I thought today was supposed to be some type of deadline about what options you wanted to pick for next year?
    I had a very brief chat with someone a couple of weeks ago who didn't know much and was just reading off a script. I've had no response since about options, rates, salaries, umbrellas etc?

    Seems quite a few are in a similar boat. For all the noise Lloyds have made about valuing a flexible workforce, in practice they are treating that workforce with contempt.

    Everything has gone deathly quiet the past 2 or 3 weeks since the initial announcement.

    Very poor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyB View Post
    I thought today was supposed to be some type of deadline about what options you wanted to pick for next year?
    I had a very brief chat with someone a couple of weeks ago who didn't know much and was just reading off a script. I've had no response since about options, rates, salaries, umbrellas etc?

    Seems quite a few are in a similar boat. For all the noise Lloyds have made about valuing a flexible workforce, in practice they are treating that workforce with contempt.

    Everything has gone deathly quiet the past 2 or 3 weeks since the initial announcement.

    Very poor.
    It is, I’ve had several conversations
    "why ride a vespa when you can push a lambretta?"

    As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see "the River Tiber foaming with much blood."

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