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The formal submission of evidence by the RCN outlines its pay claim and the reasons why nursing staff are calling for such significant investment, stressing the link between fair play, recruitment, retention and safe staffing. The PRB is responsible for advising the Government on pay for NHS staff and takes advice from trade unions, employers and government policy to inform its recommendations. Devolved governments covering the health service in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have asked the PRB to recommend what pay increase NHS staff in those countries should receive for However, that report is now not expected until May, meaning NHS staff would be unlikely to see the benefits of any pay rise until the summer - though any increase would be backdated to April Alongside the RCN evidence submitted, work was also carried out in association with other NHS unions, with further submission of joint analysis and political arguments for significant investment into the NHS workforce. Your work over many years, not just during the pandemic, shows why you deserve it.
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