Regional Information Meeting - Labour Court Recommendation Explained
Q & A Session
All members are encouraged to attend
More information will follow in the coming days.
Tomorrow the Executive Council will meet to discuss the Labour Court Recommendation along with Strike Committe Representatives.
We will keep all members informed in the coming days by email and social media.
Watch Video update here
Nurses of Inishowen Branch on the Picket Line
Nurses at Coombe Hospital on the Picket Line
Nurses at Manorhamilton Hospital on the Picket Line
Nurses at Sligo University Hospital on the Picket Line
Nurses at Holles Street Maternity Hospital on the Picket Line
Nurses at Mallow General Hospital on the Picket Line
Nurses picket at South Infirmary Victoria Hospital, Cork
Earlier this evening, your elected Executive Council suspended the upcoming strikes. They do so, with my support, thanks to a document issued by the Labour Court, which recommended how to resolve this strike.
The details of the recommendation are complex and require some further clarification and negotiation. But do not be in any doubt: we have made progress across all areas of concern that we raised in this dispute.
In particular, we have made substantial progress in securing evidence-based safe staffing levels and addressing recruitment and retention problems through pay. I believe, as does INMO senior management and your Executive, that there is enough in this recommendation to suspend our strikes to allow time to consider its proposals.
Among many other proposals, it includes:
We will work to clarify and present these proposals to you as members, your strike committees and your Executive as soon as we can. It is a complex text, so I ask you for patience, solidarity, and determination. We have come this far because we are united and disciplined. Disunity, rumour and unhelpful speculation can only damage our cause. I would encourage you to pay attention to official INMO sources only for information on this issue.
You will be asked to vote on the proposals – so the final say is yours.
All of us are immensely grateful to all of you. We have showed the country that – as ever – nurses and midwives are organised, determined and resolute. We can all rightly feel pride that we have stood together in defence of our livelihoods, our professions and our patients.
Is mise le meas,
Phil Ni Sheaghdha
Q & A Session, Venues, Times here
Stand with nurses and midwives
Re Strike on 30th January 2019
Members working in ID Services
Strike Committees & INMO Reps Notice
Update for Strike Committees
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