NEWS Fri 26 Jun 2015
Wednesday 1 July, 12.30 – 4.30pm, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast
MiP is hosting this free seminar for health and care managers in Belfast. Participants will discuss effective patient engagement and personal resilience. Places are still available, so click through for details
NEWS Fri 26 Jun 2015
Celebrating ten years as the specialist trade union for health and care managers
The latest issue of MiP’s magazine celebrates our tenth anniversary as well as carrying features on the productivity challenge, new pension scheme, staff engagement and more.
MiP BLOG Wed 17 Jun 2015
MiP national officer George Shepherd invites you to join him on 27 June
The theme for this year’s Parade is Pride Heroes – celebrating people and organisations who have made a difference to the LGBT community. Come and join MiP and other trade unions on the parade.
MiP BLOG Mon 15 Jun 2015
Marisa Howes gives her take on the interim report on productivity in providers
Lord Carter’s interim report and recommendations on improving productivity have caused quite a stir. Some of it states the obvious, some of it is in danger of creating new structures and hoops to jump through and some of it is very useful
MEDIA CENTRE Wed 03 Jun 2015
MiP chief executive Jon Restell responds to the Secretary of State's letter on executive pay
‘Stable, well-motivated leadership is critical for safe, effective patient care. Yesterday’s letter, particularly its tone, does nothing to encourage hospital bosses. Our members will not be interested in merely pumping up another political football.’
NEWS Wed 27 May 2015
Today's Queen’s speech signals further attacks on terms and conditions
When are hard working people not considered hard working people? When they are public service workers, seems to be the Government's answer as it confirms its intention to ‘end six figure pay offs’ for public service workers, claiming it will ensure ‘fairness for the taxpayer.’
NEWS Fri 24 Apr 2015
MiP chief executive Jon Restell hits back at manager-bashing
Few people would survive the Daily Mail treatment and it deserves a push back on the way it distorts basic facts about managers’ pay in the NHS. The real problem is the politicisation of NHS managerial pay and the high levels of board vacancies. Jon Restell writes in the HSJ
MEDIA CENTRE Mon 20 Apr 2015
MiP chief executive Jon Restell debunks the myths in today’s Daily Mail
'The Daily Mail campaign fails to highlight the main problem with NHS boardroom pay, which is the 20% vacancy rate in important jobs on hospital boards and the widespread use of expensive interim managers to plug gaps.'