Unions Demand Withdrawal of Standby Bonus Cuts

Ljubljana, 1 June - The doctors' union urged the government on Tuesday to withdraw a legislative motion that would cut standby bonuses, arguing that doctors were being discriminated against. The call was backed by 19 other public sector trade unions, raising the option of a token strike.

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