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3,500 NHS managers at risk of redundancy

9th January 2013

HSJ has reported that some 3,500 NHS managers have been told that they are at risk of redundancy.

And the journal has said that while there are 5-7,000 vacancies in the system, not all of those at risk of redundancy will get jobs with new organisations. Around 600 redundancies have already been made during 2012-13, with a worst case scenario of 4,000 lay-offs taking place this year. Of the 3,500 staff identified as being at risk, 1,000 are in SHAs, with the rest in PCTs.

 

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Article Information

Title: 3,500 NHS managers at risk of redundancy
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23469
Date Added: 9th Jan 2013

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