It was at the end of last week that over half of the nurses on the New Karolinskas barnakut in Solna, addressed an open letter to the managers and hospital management at the hospital and to finansregionrådet Irene Svenonius (M), in protest against the new arbetstidsavtalet, which for many people means lower wages for the same work.
the Nurses testify that the since January brought forward different proposals to the management to try to influence the introduction of the new arbetstidsavtalet but all the time scored no.
for barnakuten at Karolinska in Solna and Huddinge, says that she can confirm the image.
" I can largely confirm their image and concern. I have done risk assessments together with them and figured with the analysis tool that are available. We have had the question on the table then in the fall, " she says.
the Introduction of the new arbetstidsavtalet for nurses negotiated between the former Stockholm county council and the Swedish association of health professionals involves a centralization of many local arbetstidsavtal is replaced by a single joint. It is imperative for hospitals and health activities to introduce the new agreement is highlighted as an agreement to get nurses to remain, including the fact that it is easier to take out the time accounts in the leave.
who is in full time during the evenings and weekends, for example, in intensive care and akutverksamhet, and had previously been a special agreement for the ob-remuneration means the agreement that applies from 1 april inkomstsänkningar, for the nurses on the barnakuten with between 1,000 and 4,000 dollars a month.
– Arbetstidsmodellen is very good for a large part of the Region's employees who work in round-the-clock operations. But the groups who have had special agreements and which, for example, working in emergency care and intensive care are affected since they have other payment models for inconvenient working hours. Evening, night and weekend is perhaps the toughest load for my persona. It does not take into account this new model for the Stockholm Region, " says Malin Ryd Linder.
is the latest in a series of activities that have acceded to the protests against the new arbetstidsavtalet. Previously twenty nurses from intensivakuten and a group of nurses in neonatal care at the Karolinska and Danderyd hospital said.
Finansregionrådet Irene Svenonius has previously responded that it is the hospitals ' responsibility to implement the agreement and that the agreement aims at sustainable working conditions.
" I think we are all from the Region of Stockholm, Swedish association of health professionals to chefsleden down to the floor in the hospitals have a shared responsibility. We should all stop and reflect on how the introduction has gone to, and how it had been done in a different way, " says Malin Ryd Linder.Malin Ryd Linder, funktionschef for barnakuten at Karolinska in Solna and Huddinge. Photo: Karolinska
the hospital Management at the hospital has offered the nurses a extrapåslag of 3,000 crowns a month, in two months, and 1,500 crowns, which at the until september 2020, in the transition between the two agreements. The nurses have demanded wage increases on the order of 5,000 dollars a month.
" We need to discuss it inkopplingsförfarande we decided on the hospital, if it is enough. It is a discussion that needs to be brought with the management.
" of course I am jätteorolig. For us, it would have disastrous consequences. On barnakuten in Solna is not a single agency staff and for me is the nurses are extremely important to maintain. They have a unique expertise. The agreement is central, and what is needed now is a broad dialogue, " says Malin Ryd Linder.
Läkargruppen in intensivakuten, in an open letter endorsed by the nurses in their demands on wage increases, and warned that the business may have to close, has now received a response from the hospital management. In a letter to läkargruppen writes Patrik Rossi, funktionschef for akutverksamheten and Patricia Enocson, HR director at Karolinska, the parts of the doctors ' concern that many of the experienced nurses on the intensivakuten to stop, at the same time as they refer to the hospital's decided, and temporary wage supplements:
that this, along with other measures taken at the workplace, to improve occupational health in the intensivakuten, and that employees choose to remain”.
the DN has searched the hospital director Björn Zoëga to ask questions about the hospital's introduction of the new arbetstidsavtalet. He refers to the HR director Patricia Enocson, who in a written comment stated that the discussions on individual levels within the different activities at the Karolinska, in the framework of the new agreement, continues.
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