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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. ...

Staff side evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body 2014-15

Document - Posted on 24/09/2013

Joint Joint 2013 ...

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 ...

Proposals on changes to the Agenda for Change agreement

Document - Posted on 12/11/2012

Joint NHS Trade Unions 2012 This document sets out the proposed ...

Remuneration for working over Christmas and New Year 2012/13

Publication - Posted on 23/10/2012

This publication has been withdrawn and is no longer available to download. A copy is lodged in the CSP library. ...

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 ...

NHS Pay Review Body call for evidence on a market-facing remit on pay in local areas: staff side response

Document - Posted on 16/03/2012

Various 2012 The NHS Staff Side submission to the NHS Pay Review Body ...

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