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Top nurse urges staff to follow 'moral compass' on poor standards

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Something the www.suspension-nhs.org team has noticed recently, is that trusts that wish to reduce staff, are making false allegations against the ‘speak outers’ and after the usual lengthy process, dismissing them for gross misconduct, thereby saving themselves redundancy payments. Just another sinister ploy by these bad apples that still exist in the NHS. The worst of it is that no one knows apart from the people directly involved. Shame on the Department of Health that they still refuse to have all suspensions notified to them with reasons and time scales. The DoH might then possibly notice that something might be amiss. Julie Fagan, founder member of CAUSE – Campaign Against Unnecessary Suspensions and Exclusions UK

Posted date

7 August, 2014

Posted time

5:20 pm

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