New South Wales Premier, Dominic Perrottet announced the biggest-ever boost to the state's health sector.
A three per cent pay rise is on the way for every public sector worker in New South Wales, with the state government lifting this year's wage cap after months of industrial action
- Wages are set to rise from 2.5 to 3 per cent this coming financial year
- A one-off, three-thousand dollar bonus is also being offered to all health workers as a thank you, for their pandemic response
- A planned strike for this Wednesday, is still set to go ahead ... with 30-thousand nurses, teachers, and public transport staff to walk off the job.
4.5 billion dollars - will be provided over the next four years and a massive recruitment drive is at its core
A record ten thousand extra full-time positions are being created for medical staffers with plans to fill 7600 of them - by next year.
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