Hungary - Healthcare workers promised increase not yet paid - February 29, 2016

The country’s public healthcare workers have not received the wage raises they were promised by the government back in December 2015. Members of the ‘1001 Doctors without gratitude money’ Facebook group claim the government did not deliver on its promise to raise the minimum net monthly wage of physicians to HUF 270,000 (868 euro). The group wants to see a clean and predictable healthcare, and has a vested interest in seeing the entire system vetted and reorganised.

English: http://budapestbeacon.com/public-policy/government-reneges-on-promise …    

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