The union for health and care managers
MiP has produced a briefing to update our members in Wales on progress in key areas, as we continue our joint working dialogue with NHS Wales
The MiP head office in London has temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 containment procedures. But you can still get support from the MiP team.
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.
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.
NHS England and NHS Improvement published their consultation document on the effective merger of the two organisations on 16 July. Here’s MiP’s response and advice to members who may be affected by the re-organisation.
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.
The Civil Liability Bill will deny injury compensation to thousands of workers and cost the NHS millions – just to feed the insurance industry fat cats.
One senior NHS manager talks about how expert support from MiP finally secured the redundancy settlement he was entitled to.
We talk to one manager whose career was wrecked by menopausal symptoms – and discover how everyone can support women going through the ‘change of life’.
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'.
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.
One senior manager speaks about how MiP helped her after a frustrating and costly experience with her employer’s outsourced leased car scheme.
MiP’s first eight reps are already in action, following a successful pilot training course in May. The union’s development programme for reps and link members will offer you a new level of workplace support.
Spurious allegations can damage managers’ careers and cost the NHS dear. And too often, sloppy investigations and poor HR support make things worse.
The days of hostile bosses looking down their noses at active trade unionists are long gone – today’s MiP activists see real benefits for the NHS careers.
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