Trusts end stalemate after twin-track talks

Littlefield, David
September 1996
People Management;9/12/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p8
Discusses developments on the remuneration of nurses and other hospitals employees of the National Health Service (NHS) trusts in Great Britain. Details on the proposed increase of nurses' pay by 2 per cent, based on the health pay review bodies recommendations in 1995; Criticism on the review bodies' recommendation; Contract and pay issues concerning other hospital employees.


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