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NHS Commissioning Board plans employment

16th July 2012

The NHS Commissioning Board has published a paper which shows 20,000 jobs could be lost.

The published plans show how 4,000 staff will be employed by January next year and another 7,000 are believed to be offered employment by 23 support organisations. A similar number are expected to be transferred to local health authorities. However this will still leave 20,000 workers in "sending organisations" unemployed. 

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Article Information

Title: NHS Commissioning Board plans employment
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 22348
Date Added: 16th Jul 2012

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