One CSP: two roles
The CSP’s two roles complement each other and are equally critical, says Karen Middleton
Government issues guidance on pay funding for non-NHS providers
The Department of Health and Social Care has issued guidance on eligibility criteria for non-NHS providers to access funding for the three-year pay deal agreed for directly employed NHS staff in England.
Physio staff need a pay rise says CSP after budget disappointment
The budget announcement falls far short of what is needed for a fair pay award and to help the NHS to provide quality care, according to Claire Sullivan, director of employment relations and union services at the CSP.
CSP and other health unions launch inflation-busting pay claim
The CSP and other health unions have launched a claim for a pay rise for all NHS staff in the UK from April 2018 that would deliver a real increase for the first time in years.
Update for members as CSP makes the case for fair pay for physio staff in the NHS
The CSP is working to prepare joint evidence to the pay review body (PRB) for the 2018/19 pay round.
End 'insulting' pay cap, CSP tells Northern Ireland executive
The CSP in Northern Ireland has called on the executive to end the pay cap, which means many of the country’s healthcare staff are the lowest paid in the UK.
CSP calls for extra funding, fair pay as NHS marks its 69th birthday
The CSP is celebrating the NHS’s birthday on 5 July, praising the dedication and professionalism of physiotherapy staff and their colleagues in delivering quality care despite unprecedented pressures.
NHS pay restraint is hitting staff morale, say Lords
NHS pay restraint is damaging staff morale and retention, says a report by the House of Lords committee on the long-term sustainability of the health service.
Advice line: what’s a fair pay rise for physiotherapy staff?
The CSP and other unions want a 1.9 per cent pay rise for NHS staff, says Peter Finch.
CSP wins support at TUC Women’s conference for better maternity rights and a fully-funded NHS
The government must recognise that the wellbeing of NHS employees is being damaged by tight budgets and understaffing, CSP member Sarah Webb told hundreds of women trade unionists in London.