Extraordinary General Meeting to be held in September

2 Aug 2018

The RCN has commissioned an external review following confusion about the NHS pay deal for England. The findings will inform an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in September.

RCN plaque at Cavendish Square

Last week RCN Chief Executive Janet Davies issued an apology to members following confusion about what they can expect to receive in year one of the NHS pay deal for England.

Following this and a request from members, the RCN will be holding an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in late September. The date and venue will be confirmed soon so that members can make plans to attend.

The RCN has also commissioned an external review into the governance and process surrounding the RCN’s understanding and its communication of the NHS pay deal for England.

This review will be carried out by the Audit Compliance Team at Electoral Reform Services Limited. They are eligible under the new trade union legislation to assure membership services.

The terms of reference for the review will be finalised this week and the first phase of work will be complete in time to inform the EGM in September.

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