Latest workplace news
CSP calls for talks on NHS pay in Scotland
The Scottish government has announced it would be making an interim pay award of one per cent for agenda for change staff, backdated to 1 December 2020.
CSP submits physio specific evidence to pay review body
The CSP has submitted physiotherapy specific information to the pay review body for England and Wales to complement the joint evidence supplied by the 14 NHS trade unions.
Steward and safety reps complete distance learning
In a first for the CSP, more than 40 stewards and safety reps have completed their induction training via a distance learning course, developed in response to Covid-19.
CSP members show their solidarity at London Pride
CSP members, staff, family and friends were among an estimated 1.5 million people who took part in the London Pride parade on 6 July.
CSP calls for review of disability benefits
The disability benefits system is not compliant with the Human Rights Act and should be reviewed, the CSP says.
TUC Women’s conference: CSP members speak out on gender inequalities
Physiotherapy staff concerned at unfair treatment for women workers in the NHS have called on the TUC to develop strategies to address some of the inequalities and ingrained workplace problems.
Do your patient notes in your proper hours Friday 1 March
The CSP is encouraging members to complete their patient notes during their normal working hours this Friday as part of the TUC-led work your proper hours day.
CSP welcomes crackdown on violence against NHS staff
Secretary of State Matt Hancock has today announced a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to violence against healthcare staff.
Unions agree to pay offer for NHS staff in Wales
All health unions, including the CSP, have agreed to accept a three-year pay offer for NHS staff in Wales following extensive consultation with members.
#TUC18: CSP joins calls to end the ‘hostile environment’ for immigrants
The CSP joined calls for an end to ‘hostile immigration practices’ for the restoration of full rights for those affected by the Windrush scandal and full compensation for losses suffered.