We’re at that unsettling period in negotiations when detail is inevitably scant – as Norman said in his blog on 6 June, “…the tricky nature of negotiations that, while they are ongoing, the detail is confidential” – and we can only speculate until that ‘red letter day’ when the full offer is known.
But there is at least one positive step RCN members in Scotland who work in the NHS can take, and I make no apologies for reminding you.
If you haven’t recently updated your details on MyRCN, you run the risk of missing out on having your say on the NHS pay offer. Only members with an Agenda for Change contract working in the NHS will be eligible to vote and, when the time comes, the RCN will need to be able to verify your eligibility.
To do that, your membership record needs to have up-to-date and accurate details of your employer and place of employment and your email address.
So, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, don’t play fast and loose with your right to vote on your future pay. Login on the RCN website now and update your details