NHS told to be more flexible on pay, reports The Times

“The NHS should be able to pay staff more in unpopular medical specialisms and in parts of the country where it finds recruitment difficult”, reports The Times, Monday 2 July 2018.

That proposal is one of many put forward in a new CPS report ‘An NHS Bonus’, which examines the NHS’ opaque and outmoded pay structures and finds claims of a pay-freeze are incorrect, with automatic pay progression meaning some workers have seen increases of up to 2.5 per cent a year.

Click here to read the full article on The Times website.

‘An NHS Bonus’ is available to download from the Centre for Policy Studies website.

Date Added: Monday 2nd July 2018