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NHS pay

In perspective - An antiquated pay system?

Frontline article - Posted on 21/10/2013

CSP assistant director Peter Finch warns that attempts to tamper with NHS pay systems will backfire. Recent media reports ...

CSP calls for fair pay for physiotherapy staff

Frontline article - Posted on 30/09/2013

The CSP is calling for a ‘fair’ pay settlement for NHS physio staff. In their submission to the NHS pay review body 24 ...

Fair pay for members

Frontline article - Posted on 30/09/2013

Pay restraint and work pressures are badly damaging morale for CSP members in the NHS, argues Peter Finch, the CSP’s chief pay negotiator, who says Britain needs a pay rise. ...

Chancellor targets public sector pay in budget

News item - Posted on 20/03/2013

20 March 2013 The CSP has condemned the government’s latest plan to extend the cap on public sector pay and other proposals hitting ...

Pay Circular (AforC) 1/2013

Document - Posted on 18/03/2013

NHS Employers 2013 Changes to the NHS Terms and Conditions of Service ...

Government confirms 1% pay cap for NHS staff

News item - Posted on 28/09/2012

28 September 2012 The government is to impose a one per cent average pay cap on NHS staff for 2013-14. ...

Health unions step up fight against South West pay plan

News item - Posted on 24/08/2012

24 August 2012 The CSP and other health unions have stated they do not recognise a cartel of NHS trusts in the south west of England ...

CSP calls for urgent meeting of pay review body

News item - Posted on 01/12/2011

1 December 2011 Chancellor George Osborne’s autumn statement fuelled anger at Wednesday’s NHS pension protests. ...

NHS Employers' proposals for a two-year incremental pay freeze

Page - Posted on 13/12/2010

NHS Employers claim that a shortfall in NHS funding means they need to freeze incremental progression for 2 years, on top of the 2 year pay freeze. ...

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