Recovery – 06/09/2023 – 4:30 PM
In the name of “valuation of the profession and modernization of the salary”, the SNF started a new strike on Thursday, June 29, in the Castelo Branco district.
The commitment was about 100 percent
In the name of “the appreciation of the profession and the raising of salaries”, the National Federation of Pharmacists (SNF) has started a new strike on Thursday, June 29, in the Castelo Branco region.
At the end of the 22nd, the Somali National Front gave a positive assessment, considering that joining the strike was an “absolute success”, which averaged 88 per cent across the national territory, with the other two days (27th and 29th) being expected to ” They have an identical commitment.”
In a statement, the SNF stated that despite the strike, “pharmacists are available to continue negotiations,” as “it is necessary to find solutions that fit the number of pharmacists in the National Health Service (SNS) to the needs of pharmaceutical activities, valorization of the profession, modernization of salaries, settlement of precarious contracts.”
The Syndicate also calls for “recognition of the specialized titles, granted by the Syndicate of Pharmacists and the organization of a special and transitional process for pharmaceutical residency, by those appointed after March 2020.”
It should be noted that SNS pharmacists carried out an unprecedented strike, in October and November 2022, with a commitment of 90 percent. And the SNF explains that after a meeting in January with the guardianship, the trade union structure considered that in both this and those that followed, they noted that “the Minister of Health lacked the political will” to resolve the situation.
In addition to the demand for the evaluation of the profession, with the consequent review and updating of salary scales in light of the academic and professional qualifications of pharmacists, “the full calculation of the length of service in the SNS for the purposes of promotion and career advancement and the effective linking of pharmacists working in public services to risky contracts”, in addition to Adaptation of the number of pharmacists in the SNS to the needs and complexity of the pharmaceutical activities carried out.
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