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Improving pay part of the solution to stem the tide of midwives leaving the NHS says RCM

Improving pay part of the solution to stem the tide of midwives leaving the NHS says RCM

By Gemma Murphy on 14 February 2024 ‘Paying staff fairly and valuing the skilled work they do is an important part of the solution to the maternity staffing crisis.’ That’s the message from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) as it submits evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) ...
RCM members in Wales vote yes to industrial action
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RCM members in Wales vote yes to industrial action

on 13 December 2022 Sending a clear and defiant message to the Welsh Government, Royal College of Midwives (RCM) members in Wales have voted yes to industrial action over pay. The result follows a ballot of eligible RCM members in Wales that closed yesterday. An ...
RCM urges England and Wales members to vote yes to industrial action as pay ballot opens
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RCM urges England and Wales members to vote yes to industrial action as pay ballot opens

on 11 November 2022 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) is calling on its midwife and maternity support worker members (MSW) to vote yes in the pay ballot opening today. The ballot - for RCM members working in the NHS in England and Wales - runs until midnight on 12 ...
RCM announces date it will ballot members in England and Wales on industrial action
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RCM announces date it will ballot members in England and Wales on industrial action

By Gemma Murphy on 07 October 2022 The RCM is urging all members working in the NHS in England and Wales to vote yes to industrial action over pay as it announces the date its official ballot will open. After members in both countries overwhelmingly rejected their governments’ ...
RCM members in England and Wales to be balloted on industrial action over pay 
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RCM members in England and Wales to be balloted on industrial action over pay 

on 22 September 2022 RCM members working in the NHS in England and Wales are set to be formally balloted on industrial action over pay. This follows a consultation in which RCM members overwhelmingly rejected their governments’ pay awards of £1400 for most Agenda ...
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New independent maternity working group to oversee Maternity Transformation Programme in England

on 22 September 2022 A new independent maternity working group, one of the key Immediate and Essential Actions (IEAs) from the Ockenden review of maternity safety, has met for the first time. The group, which is co-chaired by Gill Walton, Chief Executive of the ...
Calling all RCM Activists to support 1 April action on pay
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Calling all RCM Activists to support 1 April action on pay

on 23 March 2022 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) is calling on all its Activists to raise their voices on improving NHS pay on 1 April – and show that midwives are no fools. Friday 1 April may be April Fool’s Day, but it’s also the day RCM members, and other NHS ...
Improving pay for RCM members top priority for 2022
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Improving pay for RCM members top priority for 2022

on 22 December 2021 As 2021 draws to a close the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has been reflecting on its Deliver a Decent deal pay campaign and subsequent pay awards for members in all four countries. RCM members in England and Wales have already received their ...
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