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Unions back ‘days of action’ over pay

Frontline article - Posted on 17/09/2008

The TUC is to orchestrate days of action, including a major national demonstration, against the government’s ‘unfair’ pay policy for public sector workers. ...

Pay evidence: real-life stories tell it like it is

Frontline article - Posted on 03/09/2008

The CSP will put members’ personal stories at the heart of its case to government for next year’s pay award. For the first time, the ...

Pay campaign continues as joint unions accept 2008 offer

Frontline article - Posted on 02/07/2008

Confirmation of the 2.75 per cent pay rise for NHS staff in 2008 to 2009 has now been issued, meaning CSP members should receive the award in July. ...

Unions to consider next moves on pay

Frontline article - Posted on 19/06/2008

Health unions including the CSP are to meet on 24 June to consider their next moves on the NHS pay claim. This follows an initial ...

‘Say no to NHS pay deal’

Frontline article - Posted on 06/05/2008

The CSP is urging members to vote to reject the government's three-year pay offer in a consultation that ends on 13 May. The deal ...

Three-year pay offer condemned

Frontline article - Posted on 15/04/2008

The government has offered physiotherapists and other NHS staff a controversial three-year pay deal.The proposal is for a 2.75 per cent increase for April 2008–09, followed by 2.4 per cent in 2009–10 and ...

Pay campaign urged

Frontline article - Posted on 18/03/2008

Delegates expressed anger over the 2007 pay award and urged the CSP to campaign vigorously for an improved settlement this year. ...

Society gears up for NHS pay challenges

Frontline article - Posted on 05/02/2008

Following a below-inflation pay award in the NHS last year, which was staged in England, the CSP is setting up preparations in case of a low offer this year. Matthew Limb reports on what is being done ...

Pay no longer a key issue, says DH

Frontline article - Posted on 21/11/2007

The Department of Health has recommended a pay increase of two per cent next year and argues, in its evidence to the Pay Review Body, that pay 'is no longer the key issue that it was in the 1990s'. ...

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. ...

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