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Indemnity may be made compulsory for nurses


I too am sick and tired of the derisory pay that we as professionals recieve, especially when the government charge us the taxpayer for 2nd and 3rd homes and give themselves pay awards far above the public sector who they seem to blame for everything that happens. This year again any payrise will not be above the inflation rate and all household bills have increased fourfold. Just how does the government expect us to pay out for insurance when we barely have enough to live on now? As comments above we need to retain staff not have none? We run on crisis management all the time. I think the government all require admission to mental institutions for their insanity, stupidity, lack of insight and once again unworkable ideas.

Posted date

9 April, 2009

Posted time

1:32 pm