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19 November, London WC1

MiP's 2014 conference takes place just 6 months before the general election. High profile speakers will discuss a range of issues including fair pay and the value of managers in the healthcare team.
Click through for details and to register: MiP 2014

MiP BLOG Fri 24 Oct 2014

  

MiP on Friday: Viewin' the View ... with apologies to Betty Boo

Our chief executive, Jon Restell, ends the week with news and views

This week's Five Year Forward View 'makes the strongest statement possible – short of Simon Stevens joining a picket line - that the policy of pay restraint is unsustainable. NHS pay must rise as wages across the economy rise'.

NEWS Wed 22 Oct 2014

  

MiP meeting on NHS England restructuring in London

Friday 24 October, 1.30 – 2.30pm, Room 401, 4th floor Southside, London SW1 6QT

Come along to this MiP/Unison drop-in session at NHS England’s London office to discuss the organisational alignment consultation. Open to members and those thinking of joining.

MiP BLOG Fri 17 Oct 2014

  

MiP on Friday: Cheap populism about managers' pay

Our chief executive, Jon Restell, ends the week with news and views

This blog challenges the narrative about NHS senior managers getting higher pay rises than nurses and the number of executives earning more than £100,000. It calls on unions to focus their fire on the government and campaign together for fair pay including the living wage

NEWS Fri 10 Oct 2014

  

5 things you can do next week for fair pay in the NHS

Industrial action starts with a four hour stoppage from 7 - 11 am on Monday morning

MiP is calling on members to support next week's industrial action in the NHS in England, with the short stoppage on Monday and action short of a strike with members taking contractual breaks for the rest of the week.

MiP BLOG Fri 10 Oct 2014

  

MiP on Friday: workplace representation as art

Our chief executive, Jon Restell, ends the week with some news and views

Inspired by a training course, Jon waxes lyrical about MiP link members, members who volunteer to represent the union in the workplace: 'It's the melding of trade union values with managerial skill that makes MiP reps such an interesting, resourceful leadership proposition for both employers and staff side alike.'

NEWS Fri 03 Oct 2014

  

10 reasons why managers are taking action on pay

MiP is supporting the industrial action for fair pay

No healthcare manager would take industrial action lightly. But MiP members are angry about their own pay and the impact of the pay freeze on NHS services. Click through to see why we are taking action and what we are asking for.

MiP BLOG Fri 03 Oct 2014

  

MiP on Friday

Our chief executive, Jon Restell, ends the week with some news and views

Industrial action, NHS England redundancies, managers' attitudes to whistleblowers, David Dalton's rich pudding, and pushing politicians on their No Restructure pledges.

NEWS Thu 02 Oct 2014

  

Unions campaign to save experienced staff at NHS England

Protecting jobs, saving key skills for patients and ensuring effective HR processes are staff side priorities

NHS England is consulting on plans to make 300 people redundant. Read the joint statement in response from the unions recognised by NHS England - MiP, UNISON, the RCN, and Unite

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