Karaman Türk Sağlık-Sen: Employee's right cannot be delayed The Board of Directors of Karaman Türk Sağlık-Sen made a written press release about additional additional payment to healthcare workers.
The statement made included the following statements:
“We have been voicing our request for a single payment in the form of an increase in salary instead of additional additional payment due to the epidemic. This is the only way to ensure justice, eliminate problems and share fairly. It shows our righteousness in the developments.
Because the problems in additional payments from the ceiling, which were revealed within the scope of the covid-19 epidemic but far from meeting the expectations of healthcare professionals, do not end.
For 6 months in university hospitals, these additional payments have not been paid in the Ministry of Health since November.
Additional payments depending on the time period, the initiative of the manager, various conditions and approvals harassed the employee.
Although it is stated that payments will be made for university hospitals in a short time, although the regulation on the Ministry of Health and the regulation on its distribution has been recently published, this delay does not have an explanation in our opinion.
Whatever the name is, bureaucracy, delay or awaiting approval, this treatment of healthcare workers who heroically fight the epidemic and put their lives forward for this cause is far from being allowed.
If there is such a delay in a payment that healthcare professionals are not satisfied with during the epidemic process, there is no more word to say.
We expect bureaucracy and decision-makers, who act very quickly in applying flexible shifts for healthcare professionals and in canceling leaves, to reach the same level of speed within the rights of employees.
We once again reiterate our demand for an urgent arrangement to ensure that additional additional payments are paid as soon as possible and a single pay increase for healthcare workers. Since 2021 is the year of healthcare professionals, we expect decision-makers to do what is necessary. ”