Bayır: Uncertainty over additional payment causes problems! Health-Sen Karaman Branch President Beytullah Bayır made a written press statement about the additional payment application made to healthcare workers.
Bayır gave the following statements in his written statement:
"Problems continue to be encountered in the application of additional payments made to healthcare professionals in the scope of combating pandemics for three months.
The main problem is that the payments are not made on time.
As a matter of fact, although we will leave the first week of the new year behind, additional payments for November have still not been made.
No retrospective payments have been given, nor are there any statements regarding the ongoing period; Will there be an extension in the additional additional payment, if so, how much will it be, these are uncertain ...
It is not possible to understand and justify this uncertainty and silence. Healthcare professionals want to make a front statement and announce the additional payments that will cover the next February, March and April.
Unfortunately, a similar delay occurred in the previous quarterly payment period; health workers evaluated the events as irresponsible.
It must be admitted that this situation has caused serious unrest and problems among healthcare professionals and continues to do so.
Therefore, taking into account the sensitivity of the fight against the epidemic, additional additional payments should be made as soon as possible, taking into account the month of November.
Likewise, the duration of the additional additional payment application should be extended because the fight against the pandemic continues at full speed.
Another issue that must be considered absolutely is the obligation to make the payments in an equitable manner.
The way to do this is by taking the reality of the field into consideration instead of pen games.
When the issues are viewed from the field, it will be seen that employees in the GİH and YH classes have been ignored in the application of additional additional payment. It is as if these employees do not work in hospitals struggling with the pandemic!
All healthcare professionals are fighting heroically with the pandenic. In some intensive care units, some as a radiation officer on the streets, some meet patients and some do laboratory procedures ...
However, a limited number of employees benefit from the additional additional payment application. This is obvious discrimination, unfair. That's why we refuse.
It is a great injustice and disrespect to take an approach to save the day to healthcare workers who put their lives to the side to save lives.
As a result of this approach that has been going on for years, the wages received by healthcare professionals have melted day by day.
So much so that a nurse once earned more than twice the minimum wage. However, today there is not much difference between a nurse's salary and the minimum wage. This