Over a million people in England work for the NHS, providing high quality care every day. The government, providers, NHS arm's length bodies, unions, professional colleges, and regulators all have a role to play in workforce matters and employment relations. Providers need a workforce that has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours if they are to deliver high quality care for patients and service users.
Our new briefing looks at the findings of our recent survey about the impact of pensions taxation on NHS leaders as part of our efforts to secure a full and fair solution for NHS staff.
Our briefing examines how trusts are working with their staff and local partners to enable the workforce to adapt to new ways of collaborative working.
Our new report provides an overview of how the sector is performing and explores the challenges it faces as providers work towards delivering the NHS long term plan.
Saffron Cordery responds to reports that the government proposes to publish consultations for mandatory COVID-19 and flu jabs for all health and care staff.
Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of the health and social care committee's report on 'Workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care'.
Sir James Mackey discusses how the wellbeing of his staff was prioritised during the pandemic and the importance of maintaining this focus post COVID-19.
Sarah White discusses the huge challenges facing the NHS workforce as the immediate threat of the pandemic abates and how a long term workforce plan can support the health service.
Saffron Cordery responds to the Nursing and Midwifery Council's annual registration report 2021.
Chris Hopson responds to the GMC's new targets to eliminate disproportionate fitness to practice referrals and training inequalities.
Saffron Cordery responds to the latest staff sickness absence figures, published by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Saffron Cordery is joined by Dr Shera Chok, Andy Callow and Patricia Miller OBE, to discuss why representation matters in digital and across wider services.
Dr Henrietta Hughes, national guardian for the NHS National Guardian's office, discusses the importance of Freedom to Speak Up Guardians and the key role boards can play in ensuring its effectiveness.
Saffron Cordery responds to the Royal College of Nursing's professional standards on staffing for the nursing workforce in the UK.
Saffron Cordery is joined by Ayesha Rahim and Annalise McNair to discuss the importance of their roles and the role of the clinician in digital transformation.
Chris Hopson comments on the news that NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens is stepping down.