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West Midlands NHS Employers Armed Forces Network
22 / 5 / 2019 9am - 22 / 5 / 2019 Midday
Join our employer engagement event to keep up to date with the Armed Forces agenda and network with relevant contacts in the West Midlands.
Recruiting and retaining staff with disabilities - manager responsibilities
17 / 5 / 2019 1pm - 17 / 5 / 2019 2pm
This webinar is part of a series of NHS Workforce Disability Equality Standard share and learn webinars.
As part of the 2018 pay deal, band 1 closed to new entrants with effect from 1 December 2018.
The NHS Staff Council has reached agreement on the process for transferring existing band 1 staff to band 2 and supporting staff who wish to remain in band one. Additional resources are also available to help support with the transition of staff.
The Staff Council sub group previously published suggested immediate steps for organisations to take ahead of the closing of band 1 in December 2018, as well as advice on planning for the transition of existing staff, and suggested key message to communicate with staff. These can all be found on our background to the closing of band 1 web page.
Pay deal changes from 1 April 2019
Technical pay guidance from 1 April 2019
NHS TCS 2019/20 pay poster
General contract FAQs
10 / 5 / 2019 11.25am
Answers to some commonly asked questions about the 2016 contract for doctors in training.
Share your views on public sector exit payments
10 / 5 / 2019 10.54am
Respond to our survey to help inform our response to the government consultation on public sector exit payments.
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