2017年11月03日

BREAKING: NURSES STRIKES ENDS

After a five-month strike, nurses have finally agreed to resume duty.

This comes after intensive deliberations between their officials and the Council of Governors, which is their current employer.

The two-week talk led to an agreement that their 35% pay rise be paid latest by December 2017.

The officials, however, asserted that any game paying, which will lead to non-payment will be met with another industrial strike.

The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) that was signed by both parties also addressed the need to have better working conditions, more employment of nurses to reduce workload, nursing risk allowance, off-duty allowance, per diem allowance, increased house allowance, commuter allowance, and an annual 5% increment on their salary.

The governors have promised to uphold their part of the bargain and called on the nurses to fulfill their part as well.

Their resumption of duty has begun immediately!

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