Log jam

March 1990
IPA Review;Spring90, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p24
Reports that the Australian Nurses Federation has lodged a log of claims that would entitled its West Australian members to six months' sick leave a year on full pay if accepted by the Arbitration Commission. Amount of the ambit claim per annum; Requirements in availing the leave.


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