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356 nurses got the offer of more money: Only two said yes, thank you

- It is hard in these months to be in a ward with many patients.

so says Tina Stenholt Kristensen, joint union at the regional hospital of Randers to the DR Østjylland on the massive no, the part-time nurses have come by to offer to make more money and switch to full time.

- You will need to take care of themselves, if you need to be in it, and it can be a solution to be at 30 hours, she continues - only two out of the 356 part-time nurses took: against the offer.

See also: How do we solve big problem: health care assistants'is just need to work some more

On DR P4 Østjyllands Facebook-profile has the result not created the big debate, but Steen J offers this explanation of that only 2 out of 356 hospital nurses, will gåfra part-time to full time:

- Someone HAVE obligations beyond work.

- Family life demands HIS share of women.

the Father CAN not bear children, and therefore to be a father is never any 100% compensation for the mother.
- Men have much easier by taking on more, it is just so,writes Steen, but what are you thinking?

five years ago made the Danish Regions, according to DR. the one strategy to get more people to work full-time rather than part-time. The goal is that 80 percent of employees must be full-time in 2021.

Since the strategy was adopted, 60 percent of the employees in the regions on full-time. In January of this year, the share was at 61 percent, which is below the delmålet at 72 percent in the year. the
do you Have a suggestion of how you can get more people to work full-time?

Understand you well that many nurses say no to full-time? Yes No not How many hours would you like to work per week? I'm glad to be working full-time I work full-time, but would love to work less and thus have a lower salary I'm working part-time and is satisfied I can only get part-time and my highest wish is for more hours and thus more pay not work

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Understand you well that many nurses say no to full-time? 61% Yes 35% No 4% don't Know How many hours would you like to work per week? 52% I am happy working full-time 18% I work full-time, but would love to work less and thus have a lower pay 13% I work part-time and satisfied 2% I can only get part-time and my highest wish is for more hours and thus more pay 15% I have not work

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