A three-year pay deal for most NHS staff in Scotland, including nurses and midwives, has today been accepted.
Sleep-in shift pay debate set to reach Supreme Court Subscription
A debate over how much carers staying at their place of work overnight should be paid is set to be taken to the UK’s highest court.
A nursing charity wants nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants to share their experiences of financial difficulties to inform a new report.
The Royal College of Nursing is to hold an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) in September to discuss the recent confusion and anger over the delivery of the pay deal in England.
The Royal College of Nursing is to commission an independent review into the “governance and process” that has resulted in confusion and anger among nurses over their expected pay rise.
The chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing is set to issue a personal apology to members over concerns the NHS pay deal was not properly explained to staff.
Furious nurses in England claim they were “misled” over the new NHS pay deal having discovered they will get hundreds of pounds less in their wage packets than they were expecting.
A petition calling for student nurses to be paid a minimum living wage, following the scrapping of the bursary, has been signed by over 250,000 people since it was set up three weeks ago.
More than 30,000 nursing staff went on strike in New Zealand last week, in protest about what they called 10 years of government underfunding.
Care workers who are paid to sleep at their workplace in case they are needed overnight do not qualify for the minimum wage, the Court of Appeal has ruled.