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Help MiP and UNISON prepare for the 2024 pay round by taking part in our survey on NHS pay. It only takes a few minutes.

18 December 2023 | By MiP
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Transformation programme manager, NHS South West London CCG Prince Obike

Meet Your Reps: Prince Obike works at the forefront of change in the NHS while supporting MiP members as a union MiP rep and National Committee member. He talks to us about his incredibly varied career and the real value of management jobs.

06 October 2023 | By Craig Ryan
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With the relentless upheaval in the NHS, voluntary redundancy may seem like a chance to get out while the going’s good. But not all schemes offer a good deal and government rules and tax policy can eat into your settlement.

14 September 2023 | By Rhys McKenzie
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Meet Your Reps: Two of MiP’s most experienced reps, Dave Whatton and Sara Saville from the Black Country ICB, talk about negotiating organisational change and supporting MiP members through turbulent and uncertain times.

11 July 2023 | By MiP
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Sara Gorton speaking at Unison Centre, May 2023

“The government miscalculated on all sorts of fronts”, says Sara Gorton, UNISON’s lead negotiator during the recent NHS pay dispute. She tells Matt Ross how a tide of dissatisfaction from workers and strong public support enabled union negotiators to hold their nerve and cut a pay deal that won overwhelming backing from members.

28 June 2023 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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While some thrive on it, many managers hate being on call – unable to relax while waiting for the dreaded call and nervous about taking critical decisions without enough training or support. There has to be a better way, writes Rhys McKenzie.

26 June 2023 | By Rhys McKenzie
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Aneel Bhangu in an operating theatre at UHB

Decarbonising healthcare will affect everyone working in the NHS. But well-meaning national strategies are struggling to make an impact on the ground. We speak to pioneering surgeon Aneel Bhangu about the barriers to change and ask why NHS staff and unions aren’t more involved in meeting our greatest long-term challenge.

21 June 2023 | By Craig Ryan
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Rhys McKenzie reports on MiP’s first ever Reps’ Day, and explains how MiP's growing network of workplace reps supports members and boosts the union’s membership and influence.

26 April 2023 | By Rhys McKenzie
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Staff shortages, plunging morale and shrinking pay packets are pushing more and more board-level NHS managers towards the door. A fair pay award would help to stabilise NHS leadership – just when the service needs it most

19 April 2023 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
Patricia Hewitt Norfolk ICB

Will Patricia's Hewitt's review of English ICBs hand more power to local managers or end up strengthening ministers’ grip on the NHS? Rhys McKenzie makes MiP's case for a streamlined centre and real autonomy for local healthcare systems.

23 March 2023 | By Rhys McKenzie
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MiP and 13 other NHS unions announce they will not submit evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body for the 2023 pay round while industrial action is ongoing.

11 January 2023 | By MiP
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MiP is launching a ‘Sounding Board’ and a new survey to gauge the views of its board-level members and help the union prepare evidence for the 2023 pay review body report.

22 December 2022 | By MiP
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The government's response to the multiple crises facing the NHS has been negligent. But ministers will not change course unless forced to do so. That's why I'm asking MiP members to vote yes to industrial action this autumn.

19 October 2022 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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The Government have announced a £1,400 pay award for NHS staff on Agenda for Change. While the award varies considerably in percentage terms, it means yet another real terms pay cut for MiP members and most other NHS staff.

19 July 2022 | By MiP
Press Release
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A majority of the public believe an above-inflation pay rise for NHS staff would be fair and workers would be justified in taking strike action if this year’s wage increase fails to match the rising cost of living, according to a new poll.

18 July 2022 | By MiP
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National Committee member Jayne Thomas 2022

Meet Your Reps:Jayne Thomas, business and delivery manager at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, talks about her career and how she hopes to build MiP’s profile and membership in the North West.

11 July 2022 | By Craig Ryan
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MiP chief executive Jon Restell responds to government plans to cut up to 40% of management jobs following the merger of NHS England, NHS Digital and Health Education England

08 July 2022 | By Jon Restell
Analysis & opinion
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Strong partnership working between unions, employers and government are essential to tackle the workforce issues facing the NHS. Jon Restell reports from the recent meeting of the national Social Partnership Forum.

28 June 2022 | By Jon Restell
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MiP welcomes Sir Gordon Messenger's independent review of health and social care leadership and calls for honesty and investment in implementing its recommendations.

08 June 2022 | By MiP
Press Release
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We have three vacancies for MiP members to represent the union on the FDA's Executive Committee. Find out more and download a nomination form here.

26 May 2022 | By MiP
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