Saturday, August 11, 2007

Filipino caregivers in the UK get work extension, pay hike

Here's great news for Filipino nurses, caregivers and midwives in the UK: the British government has reversed its policy of denying work extensions to non-EU health workers and even raised salaries from €12,500 British pounds (P1.156 million) to €14,600 (P1.351 million) annually.

Across the UK, health workers, called carers, working in nursing homes had faced deportation after the UK began denying work extensions to those who come from non-EU countries. This ensued because of a policy, drawn up earlier, that favors workers from EU-member states.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update! Hope you can also give us one for dialysis trainings and pls include the fees. Thanks again! God bless!

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