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Some ex-NHS Blood and Transplant employees ‘may have been underpaid’

Staff urged to contact the organisation for potential back payments.
Unpaid wages

Some former employees of NHS Blood and Transplant may have been underpaid.

It is believed that they may have been received insufficient unsocial hours payments during annual leave.

People who worked for the organisation between 2010 and 2016, and have since left, are being urged to get in touch to see if they are eligible for a back payment.

NHS Blood and Transplant is a special health authority that supplies safe blood, tissues and solid organs to UK hospitals.

Oversight

A spokesperson for the organisation told Nursing Standard: NHS Blood and Transplant has identified that some staff may have been underpaid.

This matter has been discussed in partnership with our union colleagues, and we have written to all members of staff affected.

Individuals who may have worked for the

Some former employees of NHS Blood and Transplant may have been underpaid.


Some staff may be due back payments. Picture: Neil O’Connor

It is believed that they may have been received insufficient unsocial hours payments during annual leave.

People who worked for the organisation between 2010 and 2016, and have since left, are being urged to get in touch to see if they are eligible for a back payment.

NHS Blood and Transplant is a special health authority that supplies safe blood, tissues and solid organs to UK hospitals. 

Oversight

A spokesperson for the organisation told Nursing Standard: ‘NHS Blood and Transplant has identified that some staff may have been underpaid.

‘This matter has been discussed in partnership with our union colleagues, and we have written to all members of staff affected.

‘Individuals who may have worked for the organisation between 2010 and 2016, but have now left, should email hrdirect@nhsbt.nhs.uk with their personal details, annual leave details and employment dates, to see whether they are eligible for any reimbursement should this be applicable.’


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