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Ministers indicate that nurses face more pay restraint next year


I have to agree it is time that nurses took action independently as our professional bodies and unions appear to have no power at all. If MP are public sector representatives then it is their turn to have the 1% pay and nurses will accept the 11% that they are expecting and totally deserve. Working to rule and little strike activity has not worked so is this time to call an all out action day regardless of what management has to say. My main and upmost concern is for our patients who are always but the the middle.

Posted date

7 August, 2014

Posted time

4:47 pm