NHS staff, teachers and police to get pay rises

Baker, Kat
March 2009
Personnel Today;3/31/2009, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on experts' view that front-line public sector staff are on track to enjoy pay rises until at least 2011. The British government confirmed that three-year pay awards for NHS staff, teachers and police officers, set in 2008, will still be met in full in 2009. Under the agreements, nurses will receive a 2.4% increase in 2009-2010, with a further 2.25% boost the following year while teachers will get an additional 2.3% for this year and the next.


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