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In the news area of the HPMA website we highlight association news but also bring you text feeds (RSS and Twitter) from popular professional publications (eg HSJ, Personnel Today) and key healthcare organisations (NHS Employers, NHSConfederation, DH). Click on a story, in the main page or left hand columns to find out more.....

As measures to cap what NHS trusts can pay agency workers came into force today, agency bodies warned the changes would ‘make staff shortages worse’.
 
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The University of Bradford's Director of Human Resource and Organisational Development and Deputy President of the HPMA has scooped the top prize in her profession in Europe...
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has won an award for being the best employer of apprentices in the county.
 
The trust, which runs the Alexandra, Kidderminster and...

The HPMA is delighted to announce the launch of the 2016 HPMA Awards Programme – now in its 25th year. This year we have 15 categories plus our overall winner award – covering the...

 Processes to support and enable whistleblowers in organisations across Europe do not work effectively, research from the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) has revealed.

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The British Medical Association (BMA) has announced the dates their junior doctors in England will take action, should they ballot in favour of industrial action (the ballot closes on Wednesday...
Recognising staff for their contribution to the organisation can have a positive effect on how valued and engaged they feel.
There are many different awards for recognising people and...
Harmful workplace practices could be directly impacting employees’ life spans, according to a study from America, with people with low levels of education most likely to be affected by...

Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority (TDA) have published the proposed rules and a consultation on the introduction of caps on the total amount trusts can pay per hour for all types of...

From 18 January 2016, new language requirements for Economic European Area (EEA) trained nurses and midwives joining the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register come into effect.
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