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What the King's Speech means for RCM members and the women they care for
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What the King's Speech means for RCM members and the women they care for

By What the King's Speech means for RCM members and the women they care for on 17 July 2024 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has welcomed elements of The King's Speech today saying it has ‘helpfully unveiled more of the new Government’s direction’. Importantly the RCM says it has signalled updates to trade union legislation that ...
RCM to ask members how many extra hours they have worked
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RCM to ask members how many extra hours they have worked

By Gemma Murphy on 05 March 2024 Are you working additional hours without being paid for them? If so, the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) wants to know. Last year RCM members told us that they had worked 100,000 extra unpaid hours in just one week to help keep NHS maternity services ...
Implementation of non-pay elements of 2023 deal secured for Scotland members
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Implementation of non-pay elements of 2023 deal secured for Scotland members

By Implementation of non-pay elements of 2023 deal secured for Scotland members on 01 March 2024 In a significant win for its members in Scotland the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has announced that its secured agreement and implementation of outstanding non pay elements of the 2023 negotiations. RCM calls for a reduction in the working ...
Time for members in Northern Ireland to have their say on pay offer
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Time for members in Northern Ireland to have their say on pay offer

on 28 February 2024 ‘It’s time for RCM members in Northern Ireland to have their say on pay’. That’s the message from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) as it launches its pay consultation. The proposed pay offer announced earlier this week would see the restoration ...
RCM ramps up pay campaign as members give evidence to Pay Review Body
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RCM ramps up pay campaign as members give evidence to Pay Review Body

on 28 February 2024 Members of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) were in London this week giving oral evidence about the real, lived experience of midwives and maternity support workers (MSWs) to the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB). They were joined by RCM’s General ...
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