Industrial action vote follows offer of 2% – well below Agenda for Change agreement – for workers transferred to NHS subco
A lot has been written about the NHS pay deal in England and what it will mean to individuals’ pay packets. But how does it affect staff at different stages of their career?
Voting papers dispatched today in vote over action on pay parity
Wholly-owned subsidiary pays staff less than directly-employed workers after failing to implement NHS pay rise
94% vote for deal offering at least a 9% rise over three years, in four-week online ballot
UNISON members vote overwhelmingly in favour of three year pay deal
Over a million hospital cleaners, nurses, security guards, physiotherapists, emergency call handlers, paramedics, midwives, radiographers and other NHS staff across England will now benefit from a three-year pay deal, say health unions today (Friday). Since March when the offer was first made, the 14 unions have been asking NHS staff whether they want to accept […]
This is just the beginning of better pay for NHS staff, conference delegates hear as they vote in favour of ‘biggest pay rise in 15 years’ and Agenda for Change reform
Members urged to discover what the offer means for them – and to vote by 5 June
March was a momentous month for UNISON members – not least because of a proposed revamp of NHS pay that could benefit a million health workers.
‘The agreement would mean an end at last to the government’s self-defeating and unfair 1% pay cap,’ says union.
Over a million hospital porters, 999 call handlers, healthcare assistants, nurses, midwives and other NHS staff across England are being offered long overdue pay rises of between 6.5% and 29% over the next three years, say health unions today (Wednesday). Under the proposed agreement – reached after months of negotiation between the unions, NHS employers […]
Only 31% of NHS staff were satisfied with their level of pay in 2017
It’s highly damaging that so many nurses are leaving the NHS so soon after qualifying.
Talks about the much-needed review of the NHS pay structure and the decent wage rise can now begin.