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Society to look at implications of an independent Scotland

News item - Posted on 28/02/2013

28 February 2013 The CSP will consider creating a working party to look at the implications for physiotherapists if Scottish voters ...

CSP opposes regional pay proposal

Frontline article - Posted on 19/02/2013

The CSP has reiterated its opposition to regional pay, after the head of the NHS Foundation Trust Network renewed a call for regional pay – despite the government abandoning this proposal last year. ...

Agenda for Change

Page - Posted on 21/12/2012

The Agenda for Change agreement ensures that pay and conditions within the NHS are largely structured and transparent. ...

CSP tells pay review body to protect pay levels

Frontline article - Posted on 05/11/2012

The CSP and other health unions have called on the pay review body (PRB) to recommend a pay rise that protects salary levels against the impact of inflation and addresses the deterioration in earnings hit ...

Health unions step up fight against South West pay plan

Frontline article - Posted on 03/09/2012

The CSP and other health unions have stated they do not recognise a cartel of 20 NHS trusts in the south west of England and will not engage in consultations on their proposals to cut the pay bill. ...

CSP hits out at South West NHS employers’ pay and condition plans

Frontline article - Posted on 30/07/2012

The CSP has criticised plans that could see trusts in south west England break away from the national Agenda for Change agreement and potentially cut pay, terms and conditions for CSP members and other ...

Members urged to lobby MPs on regional pay

Frontline article - Posted on 02/07/2012

The CSP is encouraging members to write to their MPs to oppose proposals to introduce regional pay in the NHS and other public services. ...

Unions reject local pay in NHS

Frontline article - Posted on 30/04/2012

The CSP and other health unions have told the NHS pay review body that they oppose government proposals to introduce ‘local market-facing pay’ into the health service. ...

Trust backs off from attack on sick pay

Frontline article - Posted on 30/04/2012

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust has become the first to act after an employment tribunal ruled that staff at a Manchester hospital should not lose their incremental pay rises for ...

Pension changes, local pay and cutbacks hit women hardest

Frontline article - Posted on 21/03/2012

Women physiotherapy staff will be forced into pensioner poverty under the government's changes to public sector pensions and the pensionable age for women, argued the CSP. ...

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