Government faces 'breaking own wage laws' unless NHS given £280m boost - unions

Government faces 'breaking own wage laws' unless NHS given £280m boost - unions
 

Unions representing health workers said within five years the lowest paid could be on less than the statutory minimum.
In their submission to the NHS pay review body, the unions pointed out that workers had suffered a government imposed cap of 1% for years.
The unions warned that the wages of those on the lowest pay scales, including hospital porters, cleaners and healthcare assistants, would fall below the legal minimum by 2021, unless the policy changed.
Christina McAnea of Unison said: "Agenda for Change - the NHS pay framework - has served staff well for many years, but sustained... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 31
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