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Some 35,000 health and social care staff to get higher pay

Ljubljana, 10 November - Some 35,000 health and social care employees will benefit from a pay rise under an agreement initialled on Wednesday by two trade unions representing the staff and the government. Hospital nurses can expect the highest rise, of three to six wage brackets.

Ljubljana
Health Minister Janez Poklukar (centre) and Labour Minister Janez Cigler Kralj (first from left) initial a deal to rise pay in health and social care with the heads of the respective trade unions, Slavica Mencingar (background) and Irena Ilešič Čujovič.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Janez Poklukar (left) talks with the heads of the trade unions representing employees in health and social care, Slavica Mencingar (centre) and Irena Ilešič Čujovič.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Janez Poklukar and Labour Minister Janez Cigler Kralj (centre) initial a deal to rise pay in health and social care with the heads of the respective trade unions, Slavica Mencingar (first from left) and Irena Ilešič Čujovič.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Janez Poklukar and Labour Minister Janez Cigler Kralj (centre) initial a deal to rise pay in health and social care with the heads of the respective trade unions, Slavica Mencingar (first from left) and Irena Ilešič Čujovič.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Health Minister Janez Poklukar and Labour Minister Janez Cigler Kralj (centre) initial a deal to rise pay in health and social care with the heads of the respective trade unions, Slavica Mencingar (first from left) and Irena Ilešič Čujovič.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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