1 96-hour fortnight and abolition of 'spread-over' system
2 Enhanced overtime rates and discouragement of time off
3 Minimum month's holiday with pay.
4 Minimum sick leave with '13 weeks' full and 13 weeks' half
5 Sickness and disability compensation.
6 Trained nurses to have freedom to choose place of
residence, and nurses' home conditions to be fullv
7 Superannuation for all nurses, transferable throughout
8 Abolition of unnecessary restrictions.
9 The creation of a National Council setting standard pay,
hours and other conditions, and local consultative
committees at hospital level.
10 All probationers to go through preliminary Training
Schools before working on the wards.
11 Facilities for higher training in midwifery, massage
Sunday, April 23, 2006
TUC Nurses Charter 1937
Posted by Michael Walker at Sunday, April 23, 2006
Labels: TUC Nurses Charter