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Unison accept NHS pay deal

6th June 2008

Members of the biggest health union Unison – which represents 500,000 workers - have agreed to accept the government’s pay deal for the NHS of 8% over three years.

It has joined the Royal College of Nursing in backing the offer but several smaller unions including the Royal College of Midwives and Unite have rejected the deal saying it equates to a pay cut. Ministers say the offer is fair and have indicated that they are not prepared to negotiate on it.


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Article Information

Title: Unison accept NHS pay deal
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 7029
Date Added: 6th Jun 2008


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