July 2008
Nursing Standard;7/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p9
Academic Journal
The article reports on the delay of on-call payments of National Health Services (NHS) nurses in England until March 2010 for the installment of the new system to align with the Agenda for Change equal pay system. According to Royal College of Nursing head of employment relations Josie Irwin, the complexity of the existing on-call system, which includes countless local arrangements for different professional group, causes the delay.


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