TITLE

SENIOR NURSES AND MIDWIVES RATIFY NEW PAY SCALES

AUTHOR(S)
Alexander, Glenda
PUB. DATE
December 2005
SOURCE
Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand;Dec2005/Jan2006, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on senior nurses and midwives employed by district health boards (DHBs) in New Zealand voting in favor of a proposal on pay and placement of positions on the new pay scales. Joint New Zealand Nurses Organisation/DHB senior nurses'/midwives' scoping party, worked out this proposal. The scoping party evaluates around 1200 senior nurse and midwife and community positions, using a Compers job evaluation tool. The new approved salary scale for senior nurses and midwives extends from $57,330 for the first step on grade one through to $93,000 at grade eight.
ACCESSION #
19774494

Tags: NURSES;  MIDWIVES;  WAGE increases;  MEDICAL personnel;  INCOME

 

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