(18 November 2019) Dutch workers in hospitals will be on strike demanding more staff to deal with high workloads, better conditions and respect for working time, and higher wages. Such measures will ensure the work remains attractive and workers can deliver the quality care they want to give and patients deserve. The strike is part of a long running campaign which started with many local actions. The sector covers 200.000 workers. They are battling for a new collective agreement since 2018. EPSU has sent a message of solidarity.
EPSU solidarity with Dutch workers in hospitals on strike 20 November
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