Our hands were tied, says RCN negotiator
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Our hands were tied, says RCN negotiator

Union negotiators felt they could not pressurise the government for a bigger pay rise for nurses because they believed members were unlikely to take industrial action, RCN chief pay negotiator Josie Irwin, pictured, has revealed.

Nursing Management. 25, 2, 7-7. doi: 10.7748/nm.25.2.7.s4

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