pay and conditions
Physiotherapy students as change agents
Dr Melrose Stewart on reasons to join the CSP on the March in London on Saturday 12 May.
Workers in the UK put in more than £31 billion worth of unpaid overtime a year
UK workers gave their employers £31.2 billion of free labour last year by doing unpaid overtime, according to new analysis of official statistics by the TUC.
Jeremy Hunt letter kickstarts NHS pay process in England
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has written to the NHS pay review body to signal the start of talks with unions in England, including the CSP.
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.
CSP begins discussions with members to gather views on pay
The CSP has kicked off a round of discussions with members to gather evidence for its annual submission to the pay review body.
CSP ‘disappointed’ by one per cent NHS pay award
The CSP voiced disappointment at the one per cent pay rise awarded to ‘overstretched’ NHS staff in England and Wales.
‘Do your patient notes in your proper hours,’ CSP urges members
The CSP is calling on all members to complete patient notes within their proper hours on Friday 24 February.
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.