As you are aware the ballot concludes next week and every member should have their say and vote. Please encourage all colleagues who have yet to vote to do so immediately. The ballot is due to close on the 13th of December with the count completed on the Monday 17th of December. Members will be notified of the outcome by notice to members.
The HSE have insisted that the matters we seek to have addressed on your behalf are outside of the Public Service Stability Agreement. We do not agree and fundamentally believe that the matters in dispute can be addressed under Section 3 of the agreement. The HSE have referred this disagreement for clarification to the oversight body of the Public Service Stability Agreement.
A meeting is scheduled for the 19th of December with the oversight body and we will set out our position on the issues relating to recruitment and retention in nursing and midwifery and how they can be dealt with at the engagement.
In the meantime, once the ballot has been counted your executive council will be convening to consider the outcome and decide on next steps. We will keep you updated and if you have not voted yet, please attend a ballot station this week. Balloting opportunities are listed here
The next number of weeks will see a number of notices issue to you, please keep abreast of same by regularly linking into our website (www.inmo.ie). Please ensure that your contact / work location details are up to date by contacting our membership department on email@example.com.
PHIL Ni SHEAGHDHA
Information Meetings/Balloting: Dates, Venues, Times
Q & A, Reasons to Vote YES and more
Guide to the Enhanced Practice Contract Explainer
10 Reasons to Vote Yes
Stand with nurses and midwives
Re Industrial Action & Strike
1st Strike date 30th January
95% of nurses and midwives vote in favour of strike
Nurses and midwives to vote
6th November 2018
Nurses and Midwives vote to reject government proposals
Public Service Pay Commission Report
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Complete Document here
IMO, INMO & PNA met today to consider Public Sector Pay Commission Report
Unions Representing Doctors, Nurses And Midwives To Meet