No room left to trim says union
A trade union says nursing care on the Island is already as efficient as it can be.
Nurses over here are due to receive a 2.5% pay rise, pending approval from ministers.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing initially pushed for a five per cent hike, before talks with the health department collapsed three months ago.
Senior Officer at the RCN Mary-Anne Parkinson says they'll work with government to identify where the money for the pay rise comes from: