Fair Pay For Nursing

What next for NHS pay

Our consultations on the recent 3% pay award for members working for the NHS in England and Wales have now closed. Members made clear that the award is not acceptable.

Consultations in England and Wales were carried out from 12 August 2021 – 13 September 2021. The consultations asked members whether they think the 3% pay award announced for NHS staff on Agenda for Change contracts is acceptable or unacceptable. The results of the consultations have now been announced. Read more here.
 
The announcement for a pay award for NHS staff in Northern Ireland has not yet been made and in Scotland, RCN members have already voted to reject the pay award and the campaign continues. 

Make sure you can have your say in any future consultations by checking your details in MyRCN now. 

The fight for fair pay is not over. Don’t miss the chance to have your say for yourself, your profession and the safety of your patients. 

Check your details are up to date so consultations reach you

Don’t miss the chance to have your say on your pay award in Northern Ireland when it is announced, and on further consultations that might take place in England, Wales or Scotland. Log into MyRCN and check your details are up to date so you can have your say when it matters 

Make sure consultations reach you so you can have your say

Get involved today

Members mobilised across the UK this year to keep the FPFN campaign going. The fight for fair pay will not stop until nursing is respected and protected. Get involved today.

Image of Graham Revie, Chair of the RCN Trade Union Committee

RCN members have made their voice heard and ministers in Westminster and Cardiff must think again about how they are treating nursing staff. Members deserve to be paid fairly - nursing has earned it and our patients deserve it. 

Unsafe staffing levels hamper patient care. Fair pay is one major way of keeping people in work and attracting the next generation into our profession. 

The future of this campaign will always be determined by RCN members – this campaign is led by members like me in the interests of the whole profession.

Graham Revie Chair of the RCN Trade Union Committee

Take action today

We have a wide variety of graphics and social media assets to download on our FPFN: Take action today page.