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Existing HCSA members can now gain all the benefits that comes with membership of the association completely free from October 1st 2016 by rising to our new Recruitment Challenge over the next 12 months.
It is a simple process. For every new paid-up annual member you recruit to the association in this subscription year, you as the nominating member will receive a 10 per cent discount on your dues for the next subscription year, beginning October 1st 2016.
That means anyone who signs up 10 new members will receive a 100 per cent discount – up to £250 worth of gold-standard membership completely free.
As the referee you simply need to give the new member your full name and membership number, and ensure they include these details in the appropriate place on the application form. At the end of the membership year (September 30th 2016), we will tot up your contribution and offset your subscription fee for the 2016-7 year. Feel free to inform our membership team on email@example.com whenever you refer a new member, as it will help us to keep our records up to date and help secure your discount. It will also help us to follow up prospective members who have not yet submitted their applications
The HCSA is already an influential professional association and a TUC-affiliated union, standing alongside other organisations representing health workers in seeking the best deal for all staff. But in the current context it is essential that we grow the association to increase this influence..
So for every member you help to sign up, you not only receive a personal benefit but you are building the strength and capacity of our association – the only professional association and trade union dedicated solely to hospital doctors, with an elected leadership drawn solely from hospital doctors.
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HCSA - the Hospital Doctors' Union is a professional association and trade union affiliated to the Trades Union Congress.