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Health sector to observe Wednesday’s nationwide 24-hour strike

Δημοσίευση 14 Δεκεμβρίου 2010, 10:59 / Ανανεώθηκε 27 Ιουνίου 2013, 14:55
Health sector to observe Wednesday’s nationwide 24-hour strike
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All public hospitals in Greece will operate with skeleton staff on Wednesday, the day of a nationwide 24-hour strike called by the two umbrella trade unions in the public and private sectors, ADEDY and GSEE.

All public hospitals in Greece will operate with skeleton staff on Wednesday, the day of a nationwide 24-hour strike called by the two umbrella trade unions in the public and private sectors, ADEDY and GSEE.

Following a decision by the hospital doctors’ federation OENGE, its members will strike demanding “dignified working conditions and better salaries”.

The hospital staff federation POEDHN will also participate in the nationwide strike demanding recognition of hazardous vocation status and more hirings.

There will also be a skeleton staff at Social Insurance Foundation (IKA) clinics on Monday after a decision by the doctors to observe 48-hour strikes on Dec. 13-14 and on Dec. 16-17. IKA personnel will participate in the Dec. 15 strike called by ADEDY and GSEE.

The Dentists’ Federation called on its roughly 14,500 members to participate in Wednesday’s strike “protesting against the complete absence of social state and the new tax collecting measures”.

 

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