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Three-quarters of MiP members say NHS England's new hybrid working policy is more likely to damage productivity than improve it, according to a recent survey. Half say there isn't enough office space for staff to return to the office.

03 April 2024 | By MiP
News
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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
Feature
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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
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In the first of a two-part guide, employment lawyer Jo Seery explains the key principles behind employment contracts and why it’s important to check your contract carefully.

01 March 2023 | By Jo Seery
Legal Eye
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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
News
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Eleanor recently joined the NHS as a senior manager at an acute trust in England. She’s full-time but has flexible hours and works from several locations, including home.

10 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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Hazel has been working flexibly for more than 20 years. After the birth of her first child, she considered putting her career on hold altogether, but “I didn’t think I’d have the confidence to go back after 20 years bringing up the kids,” she says.

10 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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Workers increasingly see flexible working as the norm, but it has proved notoriously hard to implement in the NHS. We assembled a panel of experts to discuss how the NHS can overcome the obstacles to offer people the flexible and attractive careers they want.

05 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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NHS England has updated key policies on sickness absence, annual leave and self-isolation during the pandemic. Find out more here.

23 December 2021 | By MiP
News
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With many NHS managers are working longer hours with fewer breaks than ever before, here's our quick summary of your working time rights during the pandemic (and after).

04 February 2021 | By Richard Arthur
Legal Eye
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NHS managers across the UK are discovering the joys - or horrors - of working from home. While we may be on the cusp of a permanent change to working culture, writes Alison Moore, we’ve seen little consultation or thinking about the long-term benefits and pitfalls.

01 July 2020 | By Alison Moore
Feature
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MiP is campaigning for fair overtime payments for all NHS staff during the coronavirus crisis. Take our survey and tell us about the extra hours you’re putting in.

12 June 2020 | By MiP
News
National Committee Member Geoff Underwood

05 June 2020 | By MiP
MiP in the news

The NHS pay deal brought an end to seven years of pay misery – but came with a sting in the tail for some MiP members

28 March 2018 | By MiP
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Many managers feel the NHS's emergency duty regime is arbitrary and unprofessional. But demands are growing for employers to reform an increasingly broken system.

22 September 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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One senior manager speaks about how MiP helped her after a frustrating and costly experience with her employer’s outsourced leased car scheme.

18 September 2017 | By MiP
Casework
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Our legal advisers on what you need to know about employee surveillance and social media snooping.

22 June 2016 | By Brian Wilson
Legal Eye
SSRB Chair Dr Martin Read has urged the government to consult MiP over changes to top managers' pay.

MiP has called for a new deal for top managers in NHS national bodies, after most said they want to leave within three years.

22 March 2016 | By MiP
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