A step forward towards local pay in the NHS

MacLahan, Rob
February 1995
People Management;2/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p15
Focuses on the reassurance to employees of the National health Service (NHS) of pay increases in lieu of growth in the NHS budget. Opposition of the British Medical Association on the pay hike move; Removal of individual performance-related pay from NHS policy; Details on the guaranteed increases in national pay for nurses.


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