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Barts to cut jobs

4th February 2011

Barts and The London NHS Trust is to cut 635 jobs over the next two years.

There are expected to be 200 compulsory job losses as the trust tries to cut costs but it said it hoped the rest would be covered by voluntary redundancies and other departures. Nearly 10% of nursing posts and 100 beds will go and there will be 290 fewer corporate and back-office roles in a move branded a “disgrace” by Unison and “outrageous” by the Royal College of Nursing.

 

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Article Information

Title: Barts to cut jobs
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17457
Date Added: 4th Feb 2011

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