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Consultants 'will require more overtime pay'


In A & E we have consultants on the shop floor, 2 work, the others walk around delegating jobs giving others more work but seldom touch a pt. So why pay them overtime. if we are talking about freezing salaries they should set an example. I admit I do no other A & E where consultants do work on the shop floor. But why can't they do shifts like us, out of hours is when there is more need of expert support.

Posted date

15 January, 2011

Posted time

2:05 pm