Cyprus - Hospital workers strike for more staff - April 30, 2018

A 12-hour strike over personnel shortages at Limassol’s general hospital was suspended to give the government an extra week to meet the workers’ demands for better staffing. During a meeting between trade unions and the ministry it was decided to establish procedures to fill new positions which were promised by the government to alleviate personnel shortages. Unions warn that if their demands are not met they might stage a 24-hour work stoppage.

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