Union leader tells Lords committee of impact of pay restraint on NHS staff morale

A government requirement forcing the health service to meet the cost of the new national minimum wage from existing pay awards means few NHS workers will receive a pay rise, Unison’s head of health Christina McAnea told a Lords select committee.  

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