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INMO/SIPTU have deferred Lunchtime Protest planned for Royal Hospital Donnybrook(RHD) on Tuesday 24.3.15

Following confirmation by management of the RHD that they will meet with Trade Unions at 1pm on 24.3.15, the planned Lunchtime protest has been deferred.

Management attempted to introduce internal rotation without agreement leading to INMO Members reacting by withdrawing cooperation from the proposed moves.

The dispute was escalated when management decided to open 20 beds without consultation or agreement with the Unions. Staff at the hospital reacted by refusing to cooperate with staffing the extra beds. The employer then declined an offer of assistance by the LRC.  A stand-off has been averted following the employer confirming to the INMO that no staff member will be moved without agreement. In addition the talks will attempt to agree the management structure, skill mix and roster for a new Unit.

Following INMO pressure to open beds, the RHD have received funding for 21 new staff. A number of vacant Nursing promotional posts have been filled in recent weeks.

INMO members at St Columcille’s Hospital sporting their new badges confirming that they will not be paying E150 to NMBI

Dublin East Coast Branch Meeting - 13th January 2015

Time: 7pm

Venue: Educational Centre , St Michaels Hospital

News Update - 21st October 2014

92 Nurses attend Safe Practice Workshops in SVUH - 20th October 2014

Pictured below are a large number of INMO members who attended 2 Safe Practice Workshops at SVUH. The INMO scheduled the Workshops to assist Theatre Nurses practice safely within the depleted resources provided. Staff have become concerned at their  increasing workload in the context of chronic shortages.

News Update - 22nd September 2014

Nurses at Clonskeagh Hospital accept LRC Proposal re Breaks

INMO Members at Clonskeagh Hospital have voted to accept a Labour Relations Commission Proposal.

The Proposal will result in a compensation payment of 5 additional Long Day shifts per Nurse being made available. A continuing process chaired by the LRC will allow Nurses to address inadequate staffing levels and long standing vacancies at CNM1 and CNM2 level.

News Update - 2nd September 2014

St Columcille's Hospital, Loughlinstown

INMO Reps meet with management this afternoon to conclude outstanding issues surrounding the reconfiguration of the ED and the ICU Depts.

Clonskeagh Hospital 

The new Mediation Service of the Labour Relations Commission has agreed to assist in finding a resolution to the dispute surrounding the introduction of shorter breaks at Clonskeagh Hospital. A meeting has been scheduled for Mon 8th Sept, 2014 at the LRC. In the interim, INMO members are again advised that no change will take place in advance of this meeting. Any change to this position will be advised to INMO Members by your INMO Reps.


The Labour Relations Commission has invited the INMO and management of SVUH to a Conciliation Conference to assist in the resolution of a dispute re the calculation of Sick Leave in hours rather in shifts. This approach by SVUH disadvantages any worker who has a liability to work longer shifts. The LRC meeting is scheduled for 9th October at 10.30am. Any INMO member who wishes to discuss this issue should contact

Dublin East Coast Branch News, Feb 2014

Pictured below are INMO Members who attended an INMO Safe Practice Workshop today at St Luke's Hospital, Rathgar

Safe Practice Workshop 7th July 2014
Royal Hospital, Donnybrook

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