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Unions seek large pay rise

Frontline article - Posted on 12/11/2007

Physiotherapists and other allied health professionals should receive a pay increase significantly above inflation next year, health service unions have told the NHS pay review body. ...

'Great result' on NHS pensions

Frontline article - Posted on 02/10/2007

Health unions, including the CSP, and employers' leaders have struck a deal on a new NHS pension scheme after more than four years of talks. ...

Concerns over pay limit

Frontline article - Posted on 18/09/2007

A CSP-supported composite motion at last week's TUC conference, opposing both the privatisation of public sector services and the government-imposed pay limit on public sector workers, was passed ...

Pressure mounts over pay award

Frontline article - Posted on 19/03/2007

The government was under increasing pressure to implement a 2.5 per cent pay rise for allied health professionals and nurses across the UK from 1 April, as Frontline went to press. ...

Local pay and three-year deals

Frontline article - Posted on 17/01/2007

The document sets out proposals for a pay and workforce strategy that can deliver top-line NHS targets like the 18-week waiting time and moving care closer to home, while keeping pay at affordable levels. ...

Pay up by 2.5 per cent

Frontline article - Posted on 04/04/2006

NHS physiotherapists will receive a 2.5 per cent pay rise this year, after the government accepted in full the recommendations of the pay review body (PRB) for nursing and other health professions. ...

Agenda for Change: job matching and our 2006 pay claim

Frontline article - Posted on 02/11/2005

One year after the implementation of Agenda for Change (AfC) began CSP headquarters has started to receive stewards' reports on the initial results of 'matching' physiotherapist and assistant jobs into the ...

ARC says no to local pay deals

Frontline article - Posted on 30/04/2005

Conference called on the CSP to oppose the Conservative party' s plans to return to local pay bargaining. Tory plans for a return to ...

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