The NHS is going through a period of unparalleled change, most notably, with the introduction of the clinical commissioning groups. The initial pay guidance levels provided to CCG remuneration committees have made way for greater independence so organisations now have more freedom to determine the pay levels of those they employ in their top roles.
The coalition government's major reorganisation of the NHS paved the way for the introduction of over 200 new clinical commissioning groups (CCGs). From April 2013, Primary Care Trusts were abolished and CCGs became responsible for commissioning or buying a broad swathe of health and care services. With these new powers also came greater independence over a range of new responsibilities including remuneration.
The first batch of annual reports analysed by E-reward.co.uk reveals that most CCGs decided to pay their two most senior directors more than the guidance levels provided prior to their establishment.
The report describes the current pay landscape in CCGs, drawing on data from over 2,000 individuals employed by more than 200 of the new CCGs analysed. This is the most comprehensive survey of pay in CCGs available. It's an invaluable resource for CCG remuneration committee chairs, HR and reward specialists and anyone interested in this new part of the NHS.
Our pay researchers have been examining boardroom remuneration in the NHS for over 20 years. As well as trusts, they have followed the changes, analysing pay in PCTs, CCG clusters and now CCGs.
In this report we examine:
Our analysis covers over 40 full- and part-time positions including:
Where sample sizes permit, data is further examined according to:
The report analyses:
Our NHS research focuses on NHS trusts and CCGs. Both reports provide detailed aggregate analysis based on thousands of data points, but we also make available the data underlying this research so that you can identify precisely the pay rates in organisations of a similar size and complexity to your own.
Data for each job can be split according to:
E-reward's annual CCG and NHS trust reports cover the most common job roles, but our pay database also includes a number of specialist roles that should also be of interest.
Title: NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups: Boardroom Pay 2015
Published by: E-reward.co.uk
Format: 96-page PDF report
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