NHS Pay Review Body 2017/18
NHS Employers and NHS Providers are undertaking a single joint survey to inform their separate evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body (NHSPRB) and the Doctors and Dentists Review Body (DDRB). Both organisations will also use separate channels to gather trust views and develop their separate submissions which will be published at the end of September.
Comments will not be attributed to individual organisations unless there are particular examples or case studies which they wish to share.
There are 15 questions covering possible distribution of the pay award, contract reform, recruitment and retention and other workforce challenges. The survey covers both Agenda for Change staff and medical and dental staff and closes on Wednesday 20 July. We would like to receive one response per organisation. The results will provide views and experiences which will inform our respective submissions on your behalf. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.
About the NHS pay review body
The independent NHS pay review body makes recommendations to the government on pay awards for nurses, health professionals and other NHS staff.
Final decisions on pay awards are made by the government. NHS Employers submits evidence to the review bodies, based on information collected from our policy board, our regular meetings with NHS HR directors and our online surveys.
This page includes details of NHS Employer's submission to the review bodies for the current pay round. It includes our evidence, the recommendations of the review bodies, and the final pay awards.