One CSP: two roles
The CSP’s two roles complement each other and are equally critical, says Karen Middleton
News Focus: anti-discrimination victory for CSP legal team
Visually impaired physio Mike Smith was devastated when he was dismissed for employing a support worker.
A flexible approach to work patterns can benefit staff, their families and patients, CSP members tell Daniel Allen, who reports on a new CSP workpl
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CSP stewards win on maternity rights at Milton Keynes Hospital Trust
CSP stewards have successfully campaigned to change maternity leave rights for members at their trust, after being inspired by the society’s landmark case in Northern Ireland in August.
Members tell the CSP's Employment Relations and Union Services (ERUS) team about some of the great support they received. Thanks for your feedback.
Training for stewards
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