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Building AV into your communications strategy - Newcastle
27 / 9 / 2017 10am - 27 / 9 / 2017 4pm
Book your place on our Newcastle AV course and learn how to effectively embed AV into your communications strategy.
Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2017
21 / 9 / 2017 10am - 21 / 9 / 2017 4.10pm
NHS Employers Diversity and Inclusion conference 2017 will take place on 21 September at the Business Design Centre, London.
Agenda for Change is the national pay system for all NHS staff, with the exception of doctors, dentists and most senior managers.
NHS Terms and Conditions of Service
National agreements on pay terms and conditions of service for NHS Agenda for Change staff.
Pay and conditions circulars
Agenda for Change pay circulars highlight amends to the NHS terms and conditions of service handbook for NHS staff covered by the Agenda for Change agreement.
Agenda for Change pay scales 2017/18
Agenda for change pay scales for 2017/18
NHS pay review body
Details of NHS Employers' evidence to the review bodies for the current pay round
Information on ambulance workforce specific agreements, including banding changes and work to support the ambitions of the Urgent and Emergency Care Review.
About Agenda for Change
Find out more about the Agenda for Change system which allocates posts to set pay bands, using the Job Evaluation Scheme.
New Acas guidance: Managing employees with premature or sick babies
Acas has produced new guidance covering topics for employers to consider and ways to help when a baby is born premature or is sick.
No tax exemption for nursing associate training
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) says the nursing associate role does not qualify as Widening Access Training.
Being a referee: My experience as a guardian of safe working hours
02 / 3 / 2017 2.20pm
Read Paul Murray's blog on his experience of his first six months as a guardian of safe working hours.
Enough reports lets focus on recovery
14 / 2 / 2014 2.43pm
Contributed by: Dean Royles
Dean's latest blog focuses on giving NHS leaders the time, space, support and encouragement to make change, instead of writing more reports.
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