Readers panel. A limit on future salaries

Jebb, Paul; Flatt, Steve; Brown, Jane; Scullion, Jane
February 2012
Nursing Standard;2/15/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 24, p28
Trade Publication
Is the government justified in capping public sector workers' pay rises at 1 per cent? We asked our readers panel.


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