Nurse managers set for national pay deal

Lipley, Nick
February 2003
Nursing Management - UK;Feb2003, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p5
Academic Journal
Reports the inclusion of nurse managers under the national Agenda for Change pay scheme in Great Britain. Summary of the pay scheme banding; Intention of pay arrangements for chief executives and nursing directors; Band in which the diversity of roles and responsibilities at higher management levels is reflected.


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