Nursery nurses to meet councils over pay dispute

Lindsay Clark
Wednesday, December 31, 2003

Hopes have been raised for progress towards a settlement in the long-running dispute between Scotland's public sector nursery nurses and their council employers. The Confederation of Scottish Local Authorities (Cosla) has invited representatives of the unions Unison, the CMT and the T&G, to a meeting to seek ways forward in the dispute after a year of industrial action by nursery nurses and a refusal to implement the Scottish Executive's early years strategies.

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