The union for health and care managers
Elections to MiP's National Committee for 2022-23 are taking place in Scotland, Wales, the South East, South Central, and Yorkshire & Humber. Find out more about the committee's work and how to get yourself nominated.
Our guide to organisational culture is launched today. The guide aims to help you play a full part in creating a healthy workplace culture in your organisation. Find out more and download your copy here.
We have a vacancy for one of MiP's three seats on the FDA's Executive Committee. Find out more here.
Meet your reps: Jeremy Baskett, one of MiP’s most experienced reps, explains how being active in the union opened doors and helped him to become a better manager.
Your chance to change the NHS workplace after the pandemic by supporting members and developing reps at the union for the UK’s health and care managers.
Meet your reps: Tarlochan Boparai from Kent and Medway CCG explains how becoming an MiP rep has given him new skills and a sense of empowerment at work.
Local MiP reps and link members are entitled to time off for their trade union duties. Our legal advisers explain your rights.
Our training for link members and MiP reps will give you the skills you need to help your colleagues and represent MiP in your workplace. Find out more about the four courses we have planned for this year.
It’s illegal for your manager or employer to victimise you for being a member of MiP or carrying out MiP activities. Here we explain the legal protection available to you.
MiP is asking link members and reps to tell us how we can develop their work and provide them with better support.
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.
The days of hostile bosses looking down their noses at active trade unionists are long gone – today’s MiP activists see real benefits for their NHS careers.
We’re refreshing our annual gathering – to give members a bigger say in setting MiP’s priorities and more time to network and support each other.
In today’s NHS, managers need to work in partnership with unions to keep staff happy and fully engaged. Here’s a few basic principles worth remembering.
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