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Doctors Call for Solution to Standby Bonuses

Ljubljana, 17 August - The FIDES union of doctors expressed its disappointment on Tuesday over the government's failure to offer a solution for the stand-by duty bonuses, which will be cut once the crisis-related changes to the public sector pay act enter into force.

Ljubljana
FIDES head Konrad Kustrin (right) giving a statement regarding the upcoming stand-by duty bonuses cut, which prompted doctors to withdraw their consent to work overtime beyond the scope prescribed by law.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
FIDES head Konrad Kustrin (centre) giving a statement regarding the upcoming stand-by duty bonuses cut, which prompted doctors to withdraw their consent to work overtime beyond the scope prescribed by law.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
FIDES head Konrad Kustrin (pictured) giving a statement regarding the upcoming stand-by duty bonuses cut, which prompted doctors to withdraw their consent to work overtime beyond the scope prescribed by law.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
FIDES head Konrad Kustrin (pictured) giving a statement regarding the upcoming stand-by duty bonuses cut, which prompted doctors to withdraw their consent to work overtime beyond the scope prescribed by law.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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