Cash needed to stop NHS workers being paid below minimum



NHS workers will be paid less than the minimum wage in five years unless the government injects hundreds of millions of pounds into the health service, unions have warned.
In their annual submission to the NHS pay review body published today, the 13 health unions say the government will breach its own minimum wage laws if it does not put £280 million into the service.
GMB, Unison and Unite argue that the pay crisis has come about because for years NHS staff pay has failed to keep up with inflation.
They say the lowest paid staff including hospital porters, cleaners and healthcare assistants... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 30
Source: Morning Star
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