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Months overdue and still not enough says RCM on NHS pay award

on 21 July 2021 The RCM has responded to the Government’s pay award to NHS staff in England of a 3% pay rise with dismay and disappointment. The RCM has warned that this is not enough to counteract vacancies and prevent staff from leaving the profession for good, ...
RCM say it may have to consider Pay Review Body process if pay award unfair to members
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RCM say it may have to consider Pay Review Body process if pay award unfair to members

on 20 July 2021 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has said it may have to consider if the Pay Review Body (PRB) process is still fit for purpose if the Government adheres to a low recommendation that is not the significant pay award that it has been campaigning ...
 Decent pay rise vital to ensure the NHS is fighting fit post-pandemic, say unions
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Decent pay rise vital to ensure the NHS is fighting fit post-pandemic, say unions  

on 29 June 2021 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) together with other health unions have written to new health secretary Sajid Javid stressing the crucial importance of pay in ensuring the NHS is ‘fighting fit’ to deal with its many post-pandemic challenges. ...
RCM calls on Welsh Government for an urgent and significant pay rise for its members
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RCM calls on Welsh Government for an urgent and significant pay rise for its members

on 23 June 2021 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) together with eight other trade unions in Wales have collectively called on the Welsh Government to give NHS staff an urgent, significant and well-earned pay rise. In an open letter delivered in person ...
Virtual Royal visit for Warwickshire maternity unit
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Government must “reconsider urgently” 1​% NHS pay proposal after Scotland offer, RCM and health unions tell PM

on 26 March 2021 NHS staff in the rest of the UK will be “bewildered” as they contrast ​the pay offer in Scotland with plans for the rest of the UK, the 14 NHS unions have told the Prime Minister. The RCM together with representatives of 1.3 million NHS workers ...
RCM calls for ‘a decent pay deal’ amid staffing shortages, fears for safety low morale and burnout
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RCM calls for ‘a decent pay deal’ amid staffing shortages, fears for safety low morale and burnout

By Gemma Murphy on 19 January 2021 Eight out of 10 (83%) Royal College of Midwives (RCM) members say they do not feel their maternity service has the right number of staff to operate safely, with a further 71% of members considering leaving the profession for good. These latest ...
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