HSU’s Aged Care Division congratulates HSU paramedics on securing a historic 29 per cent pay rise after standing up to the NSW government and declaring it was high time NSW paramedics stopped being the country’s lowest paid and most injured.
HSU paramedics overwhelmingly voted yes to the NSW government’s latest pay offer this afternoon after thousands made the decision to refuse to renew their professional registration in protest.
For years, NSW Ambulance has experienced an exodus of veteran paramedics because NSW continued to be the lowest paying state for paramedics.
The Aged Care division stands in solidarity with paramedics! It’s a timely reminder of why HSU aged care members are fighting for a full 29 per cent pay increase for ALL aged care workers as part of the Work Value case.
Work Value case negotiations continue.
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