BDA members, working in NHS England have accepted the most recent pay offer from the Government.
The BDA Trade Union National Executive Committee (TUNEC) is recommending that members in England accept the latest pay offer from the Government for NHS workers.
All you need to know about the latest pay offer for NHS workers in England.
If accepted, the offer would boost pay significantly this year and mean a wage increase next year that’s more than the government had budgeted for.
Following the BDA’s successful mandate for industrial action and subsequent letter to the PM, the BDA has been invited into NHS pay negotiations with the Health Secretary.
Health unions, including the BDA have received an invite from the Government to enter into formal pay talks.
Dietitians working in 43 NHS Trusts in England have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action, following the results of an industrial action ballot by the BDA TU and its members.
The BDA National Executive Committee is asking members to vote yes to strike action, as a last resort in the campaign for a decent pay award for the year 2022/23.
Health unions, alongside the BDA, won’t be submitting joint evidence to the NHS pay review body (PRB) for the next wage round while the current industrial disputes remain unresolved.
Following consultation, members of the BDA in Scotland have agreed to accept the most recent NHS pay offer from the Scottish Government.
The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has suspended the current industrial action ballot of its NHS members in Scotland in order to consult on the revised pay offer of an average increase of 7.5% received today following intense negotiations this week.
Equality is at the heart of trade unionism. We celebrate the role of Black trade unionists as members, representatives, and leaders of the trade union movement. And, we also recognise the contribution trade unions have had in furthering the cause of racial justice. But, critically, we know the work isn’t over.
We are currently balloting respective BDA members on the recent announcement on Pay for NHS staff in England and NHS Staff in Wales.
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