Midwives and nurses continue to work for agencies due to flexibility not pay

Midwives and nurses are continuing to work for agencies due to the flexibility these roles can provide, despite significant cuts to the rates they can earn in the NHS, according to healthcare recruiters.

Mon, 17 Oct 2016

Midwives and nurses are continuing to work for agencies due to the flexibility these roles can provide, despite significant cuts to the rates they can earn in the NHS, according to healthcare recruiters.

Over the weekend the BBC, quoting Royal College of Midwives data, reported the NHS in England spent £25m on agency midwives last year –...

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