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‘Autonomy’ of pay review body must be protected

Frontline article - Posted on 06/03/2012

The ‘autonomy’ of the independent pay review body must be protected and it should be allowed to examine all the available evidence before making its recommendations on setting the levels of pay and ...

CSP members win court victory in battle over sick leave and pay

Frontline article - Posted on 05/03/2012

An employment tribunal has backed the claim by the CSP and other health unions that employees of a Manchester hospital should not be denied their incremental pay rise for taking time off work unwell. ...

Talks continue over Annex A pensions proposals

Frontline article - Posted on 05/03/2012

Discussions between health unions and the government over Annex A of the ‘Heads of agreement’ on NHS pensions are taking longer than expected, pushing back the original late-March timetable for starting ...

Maternity Leave and Pay

Publication - Posted on 25/01/2012

This guide contains information on NHS maternity leave and pay provisions, statutory maternity pay and leave provisions, notification procedures, returning to work, other terms and conditions. ...

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Page - Posted on 19/12/2011

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CSP call for urgent meeting of NHS pay review body

Frontline article - Posted on 06/12/2011

Chancellor George Osborne’s autumn statement on 29 November fuelled anger at the NHS pension protests. He warned that ...

Your NHS pension: how the changes will affect you

Frontline article - Posted on 05/10/2011

As a physio working in the NHS, you’re likely to be facing fundamental changes in your pension contributions in the years ahead. Frontline explains how the changes will hit you in the pocket and could ...

CSP to meet members over attacks on pensions

Frontline article - Posted on 19/09/2011

The CSP is to hold a cross-section of meetings with members in England, Wales and Scotland to discuss the threat to their NHS pensions amid little sign of progress in talks with ministers, and pledges from ...

Long battle for Band 5 pay rises ends in success

Frontline article - Posted on 05/09/2011

Staff at University College London hospitals have won an accelerated pay rise for band 5 staff after almost four years. Under ...

CSP criticises government proposals as details of NHS pension contributions emerge

News item - Posted on 28/07/2011

28 July 2011 The Department of Health has issued its proposals on increased NHS pension contributions. ...

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