Pay and conditions advisory notices

Statement

Pay advice notices, previously known as pay circulars, provide information on nationally agreed changes to the NHS terms and conditions of service (AfC).  

Employers which incorporate handbook terms into their local contracts of employment will need to ensure that any contractual commitments to incorporate nationally agreed changes into the local contract are met.

The notices are numbered consecutively starting at number one in January each year.  

If you have any queries please email agendaforchange@nhsemployers.org 

Administration

2019 pay advisory notices

View the advice notices, previously known as pay circulars, which provide information on nationally agreed changes to the NHS terms and conditions of service handbook during 2019.

Allowance

2018 pay advisory notices

Download advice notices and information on nationally agreed changes to the NHS terms and conditions of service handbook during 2018.

Filing documents

Archive pay and conditions circulars

Access pay and conditions circulars from our archive from 2005 to 2016.

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