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Call for 2% GP pay rise

14th October 2008

NHS Employers has said in their submission to the Doctors and Dentists Review Body that GPs should receive a pay rise of "up to 2%" next year.

"Employers are sympathetic to the difficulties that staff are facing in the current economic climate, but unaffordable increases would potentially risk pushing costs too far - as well as damaging service delivery and service improvements - and would not be helpful to staff in the longer term," said Gill Bellord, director of pay, pensions and employment relations. 

 

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Title: Call for 2% GP pay rise
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 8750
Date Added: 14th Oct 2008

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