Posts Tagged ‘Pay’

NHS Providers calls on next government to tackle NHS workforce challenges

NHS staff are opting to stack shelves in supermarkets rather than work in healthcare because of years of poor pay rises. This is the message from Chris ...

Labour would remove 1% pay cap that Government has imposed on NHS staff

The 1% pay cap for NHS staff would be lifted and there tuition fees for student nurses and midwives removed under a Labour government. Labour said the ...

Hospital doctor pay scales for 2017/2018 – a 1% NHS pay rise

The Conservative Government awarded a pay rise of 1% for 2017/2018 in England to the hospital doctor pay scales. NHS pay was frozen in 2012 and 2013, and ...

NHS doctors will receive yet another below inflation pay rise next year

Hospital doctors will receive a 1% pay rise in 2017/2018. The Pay Review Body recommended the modest uplift, in line with the public sector pay cap impo...

US study highlights earnings gap among black and white physicians and between genders

White male physicians in the United States earn substantially more than black male physicians, even after accounting for factors such as medical specialty,...

NHS nurses, midwives, managers and directors pay scales for 2016/2017

Nurses and midwives in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have received a 1% pay increase for 2016/2017 after the four UK governments accepted t...

Doctors will receive a 1% pay rise for 2016/2017 as government listens to pay bodies

Doctors will receive a 1% pay rise in 2016/2017. The pay rise will apply to Agenda for Change staff, doctors and dentists, and is being applied across t...

BMA calls for 2% “catch up” consultant pay rise following government’s restraint

Consultants have called for NHS staff pay to be restored to an average growth rate of 2% above inflation when the current period of pay restraint ends. ...

CEAs: forget performance-related-pay, it’s about recapturing the principle of reward

In recommending the creation of distinction awards the Spens committee was clear in its intention to ensure that 'specialists must be able to feel that mor...

“Act of bad faith” by Treasury raises doubts over future pay rises for NHS doctors

The Chief Secretary to the Treasury has poured cold water on the recent government commitment that public sector workers will receive 1% pay rises in comin...

“Juniors will not re-enter contract negotiations because what is on offer now worse than before”

On 13 August 2015, the BMA junior doctors committee decided not to re-enter negotiations with NHS Employers over a new contract for trainees. Here’s w...