The NHS Staff Council’s Job Evaluation Group has begun work to review the national job profiles for nursing and midwifery (band 4 and above). 5 August 2022.
The NHS COVID-19 app is an important part of NHS Test and Trace. App users can check symptoms, order a PCR test, receive results and advice, and check into venues.
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After you select your NHS profession-type, you’ll be directed to a new page to sign-up and enroll in the benefit. These are the steps: Create a new Headspace account or log into your existing one; Verify that you work for the NHS by providing your NHS email address; Go to your NHS email and click on the verification email you just received
The NHS has a range of support offers and services available to NHS colleagues to support with their health and wellbeing, including support for Long COVID symptoms. These include: Access to Occupational Health and Wellbeing services and local Employee Assistance Programmes through your employing organisations.
Self-isolation advice is changing. Advice in the UK about self-isolating because of COVID-19 is changing. Check the advice where you live to see if you still need to self-isolate and get an isolation note:
Contact page TRS/ABS employees. Total Reward Statements are now available to access via GOV.UK Verify
The government has announced that more than a million NHS employees in England will get a pay rise. Backdated to April 2022, porters and cleaners will see a 9.3% increase, eligible dentists and doctors will receive a 4.5% rise and junior doctors, who agreed a four-year deal in 2019, will get just over 2%.
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TIP #3 – The NHS is consistently changing and if you ask any current or former NHS employee, they will tell you how important it is to embrace change positively. You may get asked an NHS interview question that assesses your ability to embrace and implement change within the NHS Administrative role you are applying for.