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It was 2009 when you last had a pay rise which matched inflation
Most NHS staff will only receive a one-off £160 payment – this is not nearly enough to help make up the shortfall you’ve suffered
The Welsh Government is underfunded by £350m per year by the Barnett Formula – staff shouldn’t be subsidising an unfair funding allocation
Your independent Pay Review Body has been ignored by government
Cuts to pay damage patient care There is clear clinical evidence that a demoralised workforce is not good for patients
What do we want? Immediate 1% consolidated for all Increases in the future that will restore the value of NHS pay A campaign for fair funding for Wales
ballot opens 30 September ballot closes 20 October Have Your Say Use Your Vote
UNISON is urging you to vote YES to fight for better pay – now and for the future But above all return your ballot paper VOTE and make your voice heard
Watch these YouTube clips of members speaking about why NHS workers deserve better pay http://youtu.be/QOak8KD1xTs?list=UUZCmbtG W7nqu5j0I83y8GTw
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