The union for health and care managers
MiP responds to today's announcement that Simon Stevens is stepping down as chief executive of NHS England.
Black Lives Still Matter: Prince Obike, transformation programme manager, NHS South West London CCG. Interview by Craig Ryan.
Dale Walmsley, who lead the popular session on pension planning at the 2019 MiP Members’ Summit, sums up his advice for managers looking towards retirement.
We speak to two MiP national officers about how threats of dismissal for unspecified "substantial” reasons are increasingly being used to get rid of NHS managers whose faces don’t fit.
Our members’ survey found widespread fear and confusion about plans to restrict exit payments for NHS staff. That’s why MiP is asking the government to think again.
We explain the legal position behind so-called ‘gagging’ clauses which are now a common feature of settlement agreements in the NHS.
When redundancies loom, everyone’s situation is different. One MiP member tells us about how the union worked to get an outcome that suited him.
One senior NHS manager talks about how expert support from MiP finally secured the redundancy settlement he was entitled to.
With more and more people leaving the NHS under settlement agreements, managers need to know what can and can't be said. Iain Birrell explains the rules about so-called 'protected conversations'.
New Treasury proposals could cut NHS redundancy payments by thousands of pounds, but unions are pressing hard for better terms in negotiations.
The NHS’s redeployment policies are hugely wasteful of both management talent and public money, argues one MiP member.
Two senior managers talk about their exhausting battle to secure redundancy rights and how MiP helped them to leave on the right terms.
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