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.
We've written to the chair of the health and social care select committee on five areas that we think are important for the committee to address in its inquiry report.
Aaron Gates-Lincoln, correspondent for Immigration News, discusses recent government action surrounding immigration rules for migrant NHS workers, the Immigration Bill, and next steps.
Saffron Cordery responds to the latest staff sickness absence figures, published by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
Our new briefing shines a light on the value of trusts in rural areas offer to patients, staff, and their local communities.
Cath Witcombe, public affairs manager, examines changes to the UK's immigration system since the end of the Brexit transition period, and the potential impact for trusts.
Miriam Deakin responds to the Home Office announcement that there will be free visa extensions for healthcare workers.
Saffron Cordery is joined by NHS trust leaders Richard Mitchell and Siobhan Melia to discuss the impact of the pandemic on the NHS workforce in our latest Provider podcast episode.
In this episode we discuss the impact of workforce vacancies in the NHS, the 1% pay rise and whether COVID-19 vaccines should be mandatory for health care workers.
Saffron Cordery comments on a letter from the co-chairs of the chairs and chief executives ethnic minority network to NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens.
Saffron Cordery responds to the publication of the planning guidance.
Sir Ron Kerr reflects on the March chairs and chief executives network.
Saffron Cordery responds to the report from The Health Foundation 'Securing a positive health care technology legacy from COVID-19'.