- 23-03-2012, 14:41 #81
- 23-03-2012, 14:45 #82
- Join Date
- Jun 2006
- In the white room with black curtains by the station
That I can agrree with.Guests are requested not to feed the vampires.
I am gross and perverted.
Im obsessed and deranged.
I have existed for years but very little has changed.
Im the best you can get, have you guessed me yet?
- 23-03-2012, 14:55 #83
Also, ready to be corrected if necessary, but didn't nurses do quite well under the previous government in pay terms?
- 23-03-2012, 14:57 #84
- 23-03-2012, 15:12 #85"Crazy like wild wolves threatened by fire, send them all to the bottom of the sea."
- 23-03-2012, 15:15 #86
Just curious as to the comparability?
- 23-03-2012, 15:18 #87
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
- Gods Waiting room
I thought police house were all sold off, down here they went over 10 years ago!"I'd rather be a tired old Has been, than a tired old Never Has Been!!"
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."
Semper in excremento sum, solum profunditas mutat
According to Ispeakcrabandpongo "Typically Island Ape Brits," That suits me!
- 23-03-2012, 15:22 #88
- 23-03-2012, 15:29 #89
You will typically have two Staff Nurses looking after around fourteen patients in an older ward.
The same number of kids will have seven or eight Nurses.
The Nurses don't actually make the decisions on this.
Pay- my Mrs is a senior Staff Nurse and she's on around £21,500 PA.
After three years training.Some people drink from the Fountain of Knowledge;
others just gargle.
- 23-03-2012, 15:32 #90
Very true, but how often has the 'Law' been changed to suit this current shower of shite?
My take is that any civillian who is paid a salary to work, in whatever profession, should have certain employment rights, and the right to strike after a vote, in response to percieved injustice and unfairness, should be one of them......apart from HM Forces who are paid the x factor, and their only response is to vote with their feet.