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The 1 April 2016 will mark the latest stage of the caps on NHS agency staff hourly rates. To answer any questions you may have, we will be holding an online lunchtime discussion on Wednesday 30 March. 




We know that many people working across the NHS will have questions about what this latest cap will mean, which is why we will be hosting a live online discussion on Wednesday 30 March. 

You can join us at any point between 12.30-1.30pm to speak directly with our experts to learn more about what the caps mean for you. 

The Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority (TDA) caps on the amount of money that trusts can pay per hour for agency staff working for the NHS will be 55% above basic substantive hourly rates. This applies to all agency staff working in NHS trusts; including junior doctors, other medical staff, and all other clinical and non-clinical staff. 

The price caps represent the maximum that trusts will be able to pay rather than standard or default rates and the rules apply regardless of the length of time an agency worker has spent on an assignment. 

To take part in the discussion, simply register your details using the contact form below.
  
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MUSA HUSSEIN, 06 April 2016, 01:33 PM
the cap make my life very difficult,can't cover all the expenses, already left my current job due to the cap.
Sanctuary Health, 06 April 2016, 03:30 PM
Hi Musa,

Thank you for your comments. At Sanctuary, we are supporting many others in a similar situation and helping to advise on the best solution based on each individual's circumstances. Please contact us on 0333 7000 021 to discuss as we would be very happy to assist you in any way we can.

Kind regards,
Sanctuary Health
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