on 22 March 2022
Midwives and maternity support workers in Northern Ireland have told the RCM that that the recent 3% pay award they received was not good enough.
The feedback came following a survey of RCM members in Northern Ireland, with the overwhelming ...
By Gemma Murphy on 03 February 2022
The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) is calling on all midwives and maternity support workers in Northern Ireland to have their say on pay as it launches a survey on the recent pay settlement. The views of members are crucial to informing the direction ...
on 01 December 2021
After much delay yesterday Northern Ireland’s Health Minister Robin Swann announced he will finally implement a 3% pay award for RCM members.
The pay increase which was recommended by the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) sometime ago and is on ...
on 01 April 2021
The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has called for more investment in reproductive and sexual health services in Northern Ireland on the back of a new report published today. The report comes one year after abortion regulations came into effect ...
By Hollie Ewers on 29 November 2018
Almost 95% of RCM members in Northern Ireland who responded to a consultation about industrial action, including strike action, over pay conditions have voted in favour.
By Hollie Ewers on 15 November 2018
More than a quarter of mums (27%) did not enjoy their maternity leave as much as they thought they would a poll commissioned for The Emma Barnett Show on BBC Radio 5 Live has shown.