by Tim Lezard UNISON in Wales has today suspended the industrial action in the NHS planned for Monday to consult their members on new proposals put forward by the Welsh Government. UNISON members working in the NHS in Wales were planning a half-day sto …

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NHSby Tim Lezard

UNISON in Wales has today suspended the industrial action in the NHS planned for Monday to consult their members on new proposals put forward by the Welsh Government.

UNISON members working in the NHS in Wales were planning a half-day stoppage followed by a week of action short of strike action between Tuesday 12 and Friday 14 November.

Dawn Bowden, UNISON Cymru/Wales Head of Health, said: “These new proposals are a significant improvement for our members and the result of weeks of tough negotiations with the Welsh Government.  It is right that our NHS members now have a say and we will consult our members on the new proposals.”

 


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