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    Consultation period over. Restructure will be reducing band 6 from 23 FTE to 11 FTE, and increasing band 5 posts from 2 FTE to 23 FTE. The nurses not selected for band 6 roles will be put into the band 5 jobs. Will get the result of the selection process middle of November and will put into band 5 jobs beginning of December. Only gives me two weeks to find another band 6 job. Is some pay protection depending on length of employment. Told we are not at risk of redundancy as we will be given band 5 jobs. Massive implications for me in career aspirations, pay, hours, status. Any other options?
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    Have they given any indication on what effect it will have on your pay, hours and status if you are changed to a band 5.
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      Yes. 19% drop. Protected for two years., hours now cover weekend and out of hours, and new job requires supervision whereas band 6 freedom to act autonomously. X

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