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NHS organisations provide some of the most comprehensive and attractive employment packages available in the UK. They have flexibility in the application of the national frameworks and an increasing degree of local flexibility to vary terms and approaches. By adopting a clearly defined total reward approach organisations can celebrate their diversity and distinguish themselves in a competitive employment market. 

NHS Employers provides support and guidance through the reward strategy toolkit to help employers develop, implement and communicate a locally focused and effective total reward approach.

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Total Reward in the NHS

The NHS Employers organisation has developed guidance to assist NHS organisations in moving towards a total reward approach.

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Reward strategy toolkit

We provide guidance on total reward as an approach and information on the latest developments.

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Reward resource library

View and download helpful resources to support your approach to reward.

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The relationship between total reward and employee engagement

Evidence based research is an essential tool for NHS Employers, to shape the products and resources that support you to develop, implement and communicate your reward strategy.

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Total Reward Engagement Network (TREN)

View details of our network for HR managers, business partners and reward professionals from across the NHS.

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