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‘Unfair’ to make CSP members in the NHS sacrifice pay increase, says society

News item - Posted on 07/10/2013

7 October 2013 The CSP has condemned evidence to the NHS pay review body (PRB) proposing a delay in any pay rise until there has been ...

Don't halt NHS pay rise, CSP says

Press Release - Posted on 07/10/2013

7 October 2013 The pay rise planned for NHS staff in April 2014 must go ahead, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) says in ...

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. ...

CSP calls for fair pay for physiotherapy staff

News item - Posted on 24/09/2013

24 September 2013 The CSP and other health unions are calling for a ‘fair’ pay settlement for NHS staff. ...

CSP calls for fair pay for physiotherapy staff

Press Release - Posted on 24/09/2013

24 September 2013 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and other health unions are calling for a fair pay settlement for NHS ...

Report is unlikely to affect pay of physios in private hospitals

News item - Posted on 05/09/2013

5 September 2013 A report from the Competition Commission has found that private hospital patients are paying excessive fees for their ...

Tax rises could be needed to pay for NHS financial black hole

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2013

An increase in taxation must be considered if a forecast NHS shortfall of up to £50bn is to be successfully met, CSP chief executive Phil Gray has said. ...

Under attack

Frontline article - Posted on 15/07/2013

Your employment rights are under attack from a variety of sources. Stay abreast of the changes and find out how the CSP is responding ...

CSP seeks clarity on chancellor’s incremental pay plans

News item - Posted on 27/06/2013

27 June 2013 The CSP will be seeking clarity on chancellor George Osborne’s plans to end automatic incremental pay rises in the public ...

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