Saturday October 24, 2020

Disgruntled health workers

10th February, 2019

The Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) went on an overtime ban last week. It began with a ban on daytime overtime on Tuesday, February 5, and escalated to a 24-hour overtime ban on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7.

The action applied to adult mental health services across the country.

PNA general secretary Peter Hughes said the action was going ahead in the absence of any meaningful engagement or proposals from the government to address what the union regards as...

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