Health Service Report
Health Serv Rep
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Health Service Report provides independent and accurately researched information on the employment practices of named NHS employers. Employment and reward issues will remain on the NHS agenda well into the new parliament. The Government, employers and trade unions all agree that the current system of pay-setting cannot continue, and that flexible reward structures will need to be developed. Meanwhile, trusts continue to work on new job roles and other aspects of employment practice locally. Employment law developments - including European moves on working time and equal pay - present new challenges to all those interested in the future of the health service workforce. Health Service Report covers all these issues by drawing on examples of named NHS employers, giving you the chance to see how other trusts have tackled the challenges you face. For considerably less than the cost of a one-day conference or a few hours of management consulting, you have access to high quality information on the reward practices of named health service employers all year round. Features include: Surveys of pay and grading for key occupational groups, or of particular aspects of the reward package for a wider group of staff; An annual review containing a wide-ranging survey summarising trusts' employment policies and practices; New collective agreements and policies, reproduced in full and analysed in depth; Case studies of named trusts, looking in detail at reward or industrial relations strategies; A key facts page, outlining NHS staffing and employment matters.
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