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Nurses in Scotland/Wales Have to Wait Before they can See the NHS Pay Deal

Ministers who are from Scotland and even Wales have stated that they are going to invest plenty of additional money which they will receive from the UK government. This money is going to be given to try and pay more NHS staff wages. This comes from the announcement of pay proposals and this is an incredible thing to happen. If you work in nursing jobs or even if you have experience working in a nursing recruitment agency

The Scottish government has already stated that they are going to match the deal that is going to be offered in England. Ministers in Wales have stated that they are going to invest the extra funding and that this is going to be invested in the staff pay. Staff groups have all been covered by this agreement and it means that they are going to be paid as much as their counterparts. Health services who are working in Scotland/Wales will now have to wait to see if they can be offered a deal and this is going to be precisely in line with the England regulations. It is possible for this to be slightly different but the UK government and even employers and unions have stated that they have tried to negotiate the pay. Of course, the deal for the NHS staff is worth over 6.5% and this is going to be the case for the next three years.

On Wednesday the treasury have announced that the funding is going to be for the full proposed £4.2bn deal and if this has any chance of being accepted by union members then this is great news.
There is no telling what will happen next, but it is interesting to see how things are going to change and develop over the next couple of weeks.

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