Posts Tagged ‘Pay’

NHS consultants receive 2.5% pay rise but no word on pension taxation

NHS consultants are to receive a pay rise of 2.5% this year, the Government has revealed. Specialty and Associate Specialist doctors in England will rec...

NHS junior doctors vote in favour of improvements to their contract

Juniors have voted in favour in the referendum to support improvements to the 2016 contract. Eighty-two per cent of the BMA doctors who voted – or 9,4...

Gender pay gap continues in medicine with men dominating consultant positions

The continued dominance of men in senior medical positions is one of the main causes of the gender pay gap in medicine, an NHS review led by a UCL academic...

Rewarding some front line care staff with pay-rises and not others “grossly unfair”

Efforts to integrate health and care services will be undermined if some health and care staff are awarded a pay-rise while others miss out, the NHS Confed...

Consultant Contract delayed until the New Year as negotiations falter over poor pay rise

The ongoing consultant contract negotiations between the BMA and NHS Employers have been further delayed. After years of negotiations, a new consultant ...

RCN chief steps down in wake of row over ‘misrepresented’ NHS pay deal

The head of the trade union and professional body which represents 435,000 nurses, midwives and students has stepped down in the face of criticism over how...

Government accused of giving NHS consultants a 0.75% pay rise for this year

The Chair of the BMA Consultants Committee has attacked the Government over the "derisory and outrageous" pay rise offered to consultants. The Governmen...

Row over Agenda for Change pay deal as some nurses are worse off

A row has broken out over the proposed three-year Agenda for Change pay deal agreed earlier this year. Following the lifting of the 1% pay cap by the go...

NHS consultants to receive just 1.5% in pay rise, Treasury announces

Unions are disappointed at the Government’s much-hyped pay rise for public sector workers calling it “inadequate”. The Treasury has announced that...

Clinical Excellence Awards are set to continue but new ones will be non-pensionable

Clinical Excellence Awards will continue in future and NHS trusts will be obliged to run the scheme for their consultants. However, from April 2018, new...

Unions agree NHS pay deal for 1.3 million Agenda for Change staff

More than one million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, are being offered increases of at least 6.5% over three years - with some gettin...