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Wholly owned subsidiaries in the NHS

Some trusts in England are seeking to save money by creating wholly owned subsidiary companies to deliver services, including facilities and estates. What are wholly owned […]

Page on the UNISON National site.

UNISON comments on new guidance for creation of NHS subsidiary companies

“While there now is a requirement for trusts to report any plans for subsidiary companies, the guidance fails to ensure such plans are truly transparent and made public from the […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

NHS subsidiary companies costing millions

Using a Freedom of Information (FoI) request, UNISON has revealed that NHS trusts are shelling-out huge amounts of money on consultants. These companies are advising trusts […]

News, Press release on the UNISON South West site.

UNISON calls on Salisbury NHS trust to rethink wholly owned subsidiary plans

UNISON is running a national campaign on the trend toward NHS trusts setting up wholly owned subsidiary companies in England. It points out that a legal […]

Article on the UNISON National site.

Wholly Owned Subsidiary Companies

Conference
2018 National Delegate Conference
Date
1 January 2018
Decision
Carried

Potentially employing thousands of staff these companies seek to exploit a VAT loophole to reduce their operating costs. Though owned by local NHS trusts […]

Motion on the UNISON National site.

One team in one NHS – stop NHS subsidiary companies

Date
31 October 2017 – 4 April 2018

But NHS subsidiary companies threaten to divide the health service into little boxes. UNISON is campaigning to keep our health […]

Campaign on the UNISON South West site.

Hospital trust drops plans to outsource NHS staff to private company

Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh Foundation Trust (WWLNHS) has agreed to drop plans to transfer more than 900 workers including porters, cleaners and […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

NHS trusts are spending millions outsourcing staff to private companies, says UNISON

Using a Freedom of Information (FoI) request, UNISON has revealed that NHS trusts are shelling-out huge amounts of money on consultants. These companies are advising trusts […]

Press release on the UNISON National site.

UNISON launches pension ballot in Nothumbria NHS subsidiary

Currently staff who transferred into NHFML from the trust had their NHS pension automatically protected, however for staff who were appointed directly to NHFML, due to NHS […]

Article on the UNISON Northern site.

Help us stop multinational companies abusing human rights

For almost 50 years, the United Nations has tried to hold multinational companies (MNCs) responsible for human rights, without success. This is because the only globally binding laws on corporate power are trade rules and these place protection of the profits of MNCs above the rights of people and the environment. But now we have […]

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NHS England

UNISON and Managers in Partnership (MiP) are approaching NHS England to get some consistent HR advice to CCGs, as many do not directly employ HR professionals […]

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Harrogate NHS members reject plans to transfer them to private company

The Harrogate District foundation trust announced plans to set up a wholly-owned subsidiary to manage its estates and facilities in November last year, and transfer more than 300 NHS staff to […]

Article, News on the UNISON National site.

Pay in the NHS

This is carried out by the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) – an independent body of experts. UNISON submits evidence to the PRB every […]

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The hostile environment and the NHS

At a time when the NHS is under immense pressure, government policy has undermined the trust between health staff and the […]

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NHS Credit Union

Any employee of the NHS in Scotland or in the North West, North East or Yorkshire and Humberside regions of England can […]

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