Acting up and rebanding: are you being paid what you deserve?
Many nurses are taking on duties beyond their job description, thanks to chronic staff shortages in the NHS – but their pay may not reflect this
Many nurses are taking on extra duties beyond their job description, thanks to chronic staff shortages in the NHS – but their pay may not reflect this
- All too often nurses take on extra responsibilities but their pay does not reflect this, so employers get their services on the cheap
- What nurses need to consider before agreeing to formal acting-up arrangements – issues include being left out-of-pocket through changes in work pattern, and impact on pay progression
- Read expert advice on what to do if you believe your role should be re-evaluated, or you are being taken advantage of by routinely acting up
As a nurse, getting paid what you deserve is not
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