Pay talks go ahead as trusts ignore deadline

Ward, Seamus
November 1996
Public Finance;11/08/96, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the developments of the discussions for the wage uprating for staff of the National Health Service Executive on national contracts. Process of negotiations for uprating; Pessimism of Unison head of health Bob Abberley about the outcome of the negotiations.


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