The union for health and care managers
The NHS needs top-class leaders, but our approach to performance management and promotion filters out good managers in favour of brow-beaters and manipulators.
SPECIAL REPORT: A small but growing number of NHS managers are being diagnosed with workplace PTSD. We speak to three MiP members who paid a high price for the NHS’s failure to tackle toxic workplace bullying.
MiP chief executive Jon Restell urges members to show true leadership in tackling toxic workplaces and preserving NHS values.
MiP’s caseload suggests ‘gaslighting’ is on the increase in the NHS. Here’s some tips for recognising this pernicious form of bullying and taking steps to protect yourself.
Healthcare Manager probes the rising levels of assaults and abuse against NHS staff – and asks what employers can do to protect people at work.
MiP always supports managers who are victimised by their employers. One senior manager talks about how the union helped to protect her from being made a scapegoat for leadership failures at her trust.
Spurious allegations can damage managers’ careers and cost the NHS dear. And too often, sloppy investigations and poor HR support make things worse.
Our legal advisers explain how to avoid allegations of bullying or harassment when managing poor performance.
We speak to one MiP member about how sloppy HR procedures and a mishandled complaint affected her – and how the union was able to help.
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