EL (88) P 85 : Nursing Pay: Relativities Between the New Clinical Grades and Clinical Tutors and Certain Other Senior Nurses – Department of Health and Social Security

EL (88) P 85 : Nursing Pay: Relativities Between the New Clinical Grades and Clinical Tutors and Certain Other Senior Nurses – Department of Health and Social Security  

GMS Contract Settlement and Allocation Changes 2019/20 to 2023/24: Letter from Ed Waller – NHS England

This letter from Ed Waller provides details of the changes that are needed to allocations resulting from the GP contract settlement, and the spreadsheet shows how the allocations have been adjusted for each CCG area.

The fair pay report: How pay transparency can help tackle inequalities – Institute for Public Policy Research

This report examines the impact of the gender pay reporting regulations. It assess’ employer perceptions of the regulations and how they have responded. Based on the findings, it sets out proposals for improving gender pay reporting, and recommendations for broader

Fortieth Annual Report On Senior Salaries 2018 – Department of Health and Social Care

This report sets out recommendations from the Senior Salaries Review Body on the pay of senior civil servants and executive and senior managers in the Department of Health and Social Care’s arm’s length bodies. This report sets out the SSRB’s analysis of

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs): Remuneration guidance for Chief Officers (where the senior manager also undertakes the accountable officer role) and Chief Finance Officers – NHS Commissioning Board

This guidance note is intended for the use of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), to support the employment of senior managers, who undertake the roles of Chief Officer and Chief Finance Officer, following the CCG becoming a statutory body and the

Which digital skills do you really need?: Exploring employer demand for digital skills and occupation growth prospects – Nesta

Policymakers consider digital skills to be a top priority for investment. They are seen as offering people greater employability and job resilience. But are all digital skills created equal? Finds that demand for those digital skills which involve non-routine tasks,

Agenda for Change Pay Deal: Context and Funding for 2018/19 – Department of Health and Social Care

‘Agenda for Change pay deal: context and funding for 2018/19’, explains how the Department of Health and Social Care is allocating the additional £800 million between: NHS providers non-statutory non-NHS organisations NHS England, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Commissioning Support Units

An NHS Bonus: How fixing the NHS’s broken pay system can deliver better outcomes for patients – Centre for Policy Studies

Centre for Policy Studies report ooking at the pay structure of the NHS. It makes the claim that that the current system is failing both staff and patients. It recommends by introducing greater flexibility into the system, and linking pay more

Presenting gender pay gap figures to the public: an online randomised controlled trial: Research report – Government Equalities Office

Transparency can be a powerful mechanism for creating accountability and social change. Drawing on this insight, the government now requires UK employers with 250 or more employees to report their annual gender pay gap (GPG) figures on a government website that is open

Staffing for Safe and Effective Care: Nursing on the Brink (Policy Report) – Royal Cllege of Nursing

Policy document from the Royal College of Nursing raising the alarm on the growing nursing workforce shortages across the UK, and their concern at the implications on patient safety.  Presents a set of RCN principles which provide high-level objectives which most  meaningfully represent what

Sleep-ins – A tipping point?: An independent survey to assess the impact of the sleep in pay crisis on the future of social care – Voluntary Organisations Disability Group

This report sets out the results from the independent survey to assess the impact of the sleep in pay crisis on the future of social care. It finds 30% of people are likely to have their services disrupted in the next year