Nursekeeper: Thank You is Not Enough!

Nursekeeper: Thank You is Not Enough!

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We can’t get through this crisis without our nurses and paramedics. Yet right now they’re at breaking point and are quitting in droves just when we need them most. 

It isn’t anything new that our hospitals are understaffed and under-resourced. Nurses and paramedics in NSW have been begging for better conditions and fair pay for years. The government refuses to listen, and now we’re seeing the consequences.

In Tweed Hospital alone over the xmas/new year break, 18 emergency department nurses quit because the conditions became unbearable. And we haven’t even hit the peak of ...

We can’t get through this crisis without our nurses and paramedics. Yet right now they’re at breaking point and are quitting in droves just when we need them most. 

It isn’t anything new that our hospitals are understaffed and under-resourced. Nurses and paramedics in NSW have been begging for better conditions and fair pay for years. The government refuses to listen, and now we’re seeing the consequences.

In Tweed Hospital alone over the xmas/new year break, 18 emergency department nurses quit because the conditions became unbearable. And we haven’t even hit the peak of this outbreak yet.

It’s time to reward and support our nurses and paramedics in NSW so they’re there when we need them. It’s time for Nursekeeper!

 

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We are putting forward our plan to retain and reward nurses and paramedics during this emergency: Nursekeeper:

  • an immediate bonus of $5,000 to all nurses and paramedics working in the public health system in NSW to act as an incentive to stay for those currently considering resigning from the profession

  • a ‘pandemic payment’ of at least $60 per shift, in line with what the Victorian Government already has in ...

We are putting forward our plan to retain and reward nurses and paramedics during this emergency: Nursekeeper:

  • an immediate bonus of $5,000 to all nurses and paramedics working in the public health system in NSW to act as an incentive to stay for those currently considering resigning from the profession

  • a ‘pandemic payment’ of at least $60 per shift, in line with what the Victorian Government already has in place

  • a further $5,000 in 12 months time as an additional retention measure

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