Discussions in the national pay negotiations commenced this morning with a briefing from the official’s side in relation to relevant economic matters from their perspective.
The INMO have made clear our agenda in the talks, and today we reemphasised the necessity for restoration, alongside our parity claim to address the particular recruitment and retention issues facing nursing and midwifery.
As you will have seen in the media management have also tabled a range of what they believe to be productivity initiatives. The INMO’s position is that these discussions are about improving the position of our members, and we will be resisting any attempt to diminish terms and conditions.
Tomorrow discussions on a range of issues will be progressed, and within those we will be safeguarding existing terms and conditions, seeking improvements, and overall advancing our twin claims of restoration and parity.
Health Sector Trade Unions welcome recommendation to increase compassionate leave
Notification from SIPTU of Industrial action.
Q & A, Reasons to Vote YES and more
Guide to the Enhanced Practice Contract Explainer
10 Reasons to Vote Yes
Re Industrial Action & Strike
6th November 2018
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