Friday, 27 March 2009

Bosses get 7.6%; nurses get 1.9%

NHS bosses were handed pay rises of more than seven per cent last year – four times as much as nurses and other health staff.

Chief executives of trusts running the best- performing hospitals saw their salaries go up by an average of 7.6 per cent to £158,000 a year, according to newly released figures. Their increase compares with those for front-line health workers and nurses, who were handed less than two per cent – well below the 3.2 per cent rate of inflation...
Source: The Metro

1 comment:

Darwen Reporter said...

Nice money if you can get it.