Well being employees went on a 24-hour strike at dozens of hospitals throughout the Netherlands on Thursday to help commerce union calls for for a ten% pay enhance and higher phrases.
Hospitals continued to function on scaled-down schedules, that means that solely emergency care was being offered, a commerce union assertion stated.
It was the most recent in a collection of strikes within the Netherlands in search of improved pay offers throughout a variety of sectors.
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Unions representing roughly 200,000 healthcare workers are at present in talks with hospitals to enhance salaries, scale back workloads and deal with declining buying energy because of excessive inflation.
Amongst calls for are a pay enhance of 10% for one 12 months and a further $106 in one-off wages, the union assertion stated.