Too many staff in care homes in the South East are not adequately protected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Royal College Of Nursing in the South East has seen the number of members contacting them for advice skyrocket in recent days.
The Royal College Of Nursing has expressed anger that the pay negotiations on Wednesday [18 March] broke down following a positive start at the end of February.
The RCN on Guernsey has sought to reassure members and the public that no industrial action will be held whilst the Covid-19/coronavirus outbreak is present.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing have voted to go on strike, although will not yet set a date whilst talks remain positive.
RCN members vote on what action to take next in their dispute over pay as new talks offer fresh hope of a resolution.
Nursing staff will vote on whether to take industrial action as part of their campaign for pay equality with other public sector workers.
The RCN is warning that the bill for overtime and agency in Guernsey will hit an all time high by the end of the year.
A letter from the South East Board Chair, Guernsey Branch Chair and Council Member supporting members in Guernsey.
The RCN in Guernsey has called time on nursing pay talks and will reluctantly ballot members on the States’ updated offer before Christmas.
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