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NHS pay

Editor's comment: your vote counts

Frontline article - Posted on 27/04/2018

As the opportunity for members in England to vote on the NHS pay offer opens later this week, it’s an important time. Members ...

Join in CSP consultation on NHS pay offer, urges council chair

News item - Posted on 10/04/2018

10 April 2018 Council chair Catherine Pope is urging all members working for the NHS in England to engage with the CSP consultation ...

Editor's comment: engage on pay offer

Frontline article - Posted on 06/04/2018

No one chooses to work in the NHS to make their fortune. But as physio staff – along with nurses and other allied health professionals – you have always wanted respect and recognition for the work you do, ...

NHS pay offer: what’s the big deal?

Frontline article - Posted on 06/04/2018

An offer worth £4.2 billion has been made to NHS staff in England giving a rise of 6.5 per cent over three years. ...

NHS pay proposal: joint unions leaflet

Document - Posted on 28/03/2018

2018 Download the leaflet below for more information on the pay proposal. ...

NHS pay offer: frequently asked questions

Document - Posted on 28/03/2018

Tom Gill CSP 2018 ...

CSP recommends NHS pay offer to members

News item - Posted on 21/03/2018

21 March 2018 The CSP is joining other health unions in encouraging its members who work in the NHS to accept a new multi-year pay ...

CSP members rally for catch up NHS pay rise

News item - Posted on 18/10/2017

18 October 2017 NHS physiotherapy staff joined other public sector workers at a rally on Tuesday in London’s Parliament Square to ...

CSP begins discussions with members to gather views on pay

News item - Posted on 14/07/2017

14 July 2017 The CSP has kicked off a round of discussions with members to gather evidence for its annual submission to the pay review ...

General election: question time

Frontline article - Posted on 12/05/2017

Help make health a major issue in next month’s general election, says CSP policy and research officer Alice Sorby. ...

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