Health pay matters


Members in the NHS are being asked to vote on a proposed multi-year agreement on pay. Ballot papers will be going out on or after 15 May and must be returned by 3 June. Papers can be requested for new joiners up until the 3 June deadline.

Activists and members are asked to:

Print out and display the poster, reminding members of the ballot
Look out for your Electoral Reform Society ballot pack and make sure colleagues know that UNISON is giving members a chance to vote
Read and pass on the leaflet explaining the proposed agreement
UNISON’s policy on these proposals will be determined by your vote, so, before you return your ballot paper, make sure you know the facts.

Vote now on NHS pay

(15/05/08) Health workers are starting to vote on whether to accept or reject the proposed multi-year agreement on NHS pay.
Campaign materials

Download all the recent health documents and campaign materials to display and distribute in your workplace
NHS pay – have your say

(30/04/08) UNISON is giving staff working in the NHS the chance to have a say on the proposed multi-year agreement for NHS pay
Conference votes to ballot all members on NHS pay

(18/04/08) UNISON’s Health Conference has agreed that all members working in health should be given a direct say on whether to accept or reject the proposed pay deal
Health workers to vote on pay
(17/04/08) UNISON is to consult half a million NHS workers on whether they want to accept or reject the multi-year pay deal on offer – for 8.1% over three years
Multi-year pay deal
(07/04/08) What does it mean to you? Details of the proposed agreement in the NHS
The NHS pay offer explained
(07/04/08) We answer your questions on the proposed three-year deal for health workers
NHS pay at a crossroads

(05/11/2007) UNISON has made the case for a substantial above-inflation pay increase for NHS staff in 2008/09

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