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Indemnity rises could stop me from working

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The answer is so bleedin' obvious . Out of Hours companies pay for the indemnity. Of course they won't because it affects their profits. Nobody taking any shifts for 2 months might focus their minds on finding a solution .

Posted date

14 Mar 2016

Posted time

2:24pm

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