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What would you do to save your job?

Nursing Times is asking readers about the kinds of trade-offs they would be prepared to make to save their jobs.

Would you accept a pay cut in exchange for a guarantee of job security? Or alternatively, would you accept a downgrading of your pension?

We are also asking whether readers feel they have made enough sacrifices already, and if there are circumstances under which they would be prepared to take industrial action - such as a strike.

The chancellor has already announced a two year freeze on NHS pay, although that only affects the cost of living increase, not promotions or Agenda for Change increments. If increments were frozen next, or if pay were actually cut, would you consider industrial action?

Take part in our survey

Click here to share your views. As ever, we will report the results to you in an issue of Nursing Times and on Nursingtimes.net soon.

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