What would a fair pay rise mean for you?
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What would a fair pay rise mean for you?

Graham Revie Chair, RCN trade union committee

Nurses and unions are adamant they will accept nothing less than a better deal following the COVID-19 crisis

The year 2020, perhaps more than any other, has reaffirmed why we’re all in nursing – ‘and it certainly isn’t for the pay’, as the old joke goes. But this year could be a tipping point. Nursing professionals no longer accept the idea that our choice of career and a decent standard of living cannot go hand in hand.

Nursing Standard. 35, 9, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.9.13.s10

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