NHS Pay Review Body echoes health union views on 7 day NHS

NHS Pay Review Body echoes health union views on 7 day NHS

General election 2017: NHS pay cap 'must be lifted' | http://sibeda.com/general-election-2017-nhs-pay-cap-must-be-lifted/

NHS bosses urge the next government to look at lifting the pay cap on health staff.

CGM - Costs, NHS funding and the systems available | INPUTdiabetesINPUTdiabetes

CGM - Costs and the systems available - INPUTdiabetes

NHS pay is complicated, unfair and frankly absurd | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian

NHS pay is complicated, unfair and frankly absurd

NHS pay is complicated, unfair and frankly absurd | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian

Emma lost 20st by dieting. Should NHS pay to remove the saggy skin?

Emma lost 20st by dieting. Should NHS pay to remove the saggy skin?

Emma lost by dieting. Should NHS pay to remove the saggy skin?

NHS pay: A Catch-22 situation

NHS pay: A Catch-22 situation

Nhs Pay, Bbc News

NHS pay must match private sector to stop hospital staff leaving, says health chief - Health News - Health & Families - The Independent

NHS pay 'must match private sectors' to stop staff leaving

The chief executive of the NHS in England has warned that health service pay will have to keep up with private sector salaries if hospitals are to retain the staff they need.

https://marissaandmargo.com/apply/  NHS worker with no credit history used this trick to boost his score and buy a 2-bed house in York – and here's how ... But the 31-year-old had a non-existent credit history, meaning the couple would have struggled to get a home-loan as lenders wouldn't know if he has a good record of paying back his debts. So he took steps to boost his report by chucking all his ...and more »

NHS worker with no credit history used this trick to boost his score and buy a 2-bed house in York - and here's how you can do it too

NHS worker with no credit history used this trick to boost his score and buy a house in York - and here's how you can do it too

MPs take home 185 times the average NHS pay demand – in expenses.   odd that nobody made this connection earlier. NHS workers recently striked after Jeremy Hunt refused to implement a one % pay rise for 600,000 of them. He said it would cost an “unaffordable” £500 million.  Last month it was revealed that, between them, the UK’s 650 members of Parliament claimed more than £100 million in expenses during 2013-14 – nearly three times the basic MP salary, each.

MPs take home 185 times the average NHS pay demand – in expenses

Whitehall role in NHS staff pay-offs revealed

'Whitehall role' in NHS pay-offs

The Department of Health (DoH) plays a key role in vetting severance payments to NHS staff, including money offered to whistle-blowers, it emerges.

Ministers have today announced just a 1% pay increase for NHS workers, which has been received angrily by unions.  What is your opinion on this matter?  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-26556047

NHS pay squeeze sparks strike threat

NHS pay £17m in compensation to patients after poor care #DailyMail

NHS pay £17m in compensation to patients after poor care

Pregnancy by numbers - pregnancy is the number 1 reason for hospital admittance in the UK. The numbers can tell an amazing story. While most are positive, a minority aren't; our article goes in-depth on this difficult topic. #pregnancy #birth #prenatalcare #postnatalcare

Pregnancy by numbers - pregnancy is the number 1 reason for hospital admittance in the UK. The numbers can tell an amazing story. While most are positive, a minority aren't; our article goes in-depth on this difficult topic. #pregnancy #birth #prenatalcare #postnatalcare

NHS paying locum doctors £1760 a day to cover chronic staff shortages

NHS paying locum doctors £1,760 a day to cover chronic staff shortages

Three-quarters of hospitals could be in the red by end of year without urgent government bailout, warn NHS leaders in private

Nigel Lawson’s assertion that “the NHS is the closest thing the English people have to a religion” goes some way towards explaining the outcry when anyone suggests steps are taken towards the privatisation of the NHS. It’s understandable, of course; the concept of “free” healthcare at the point of use has been drummed into us from infancy, so much that many of us now take it for granted.

The NHS is the closest thing we have to a religion – and that's why it must be privatised

Labour warns of NHS 'disaster' as jobs across organisation lie empty

Secret Service (Kindness Activity)...have one for each student in an envelope, maybe have each student have a specific task (e.g. talk to someone who is alone, say please and thank you, hold the door open for someone, tell your teacher thank you each day)...or have them exchange names for the holidays to perform acts of kindness (lesson about taking care of one another).

7 Days of Service - turn your kids into "secret agents" of do-gooding. perfect for childcare providers or teachers too. via: tHe fiCkLe piCkLe: Secret Service (Activity Days Activity)

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