Inmo Agreement 2019

The national executive met for the last time on 2 and 3 September and looked at a mix of internal, professional and national issues. The EU administration has updated the exe-ration on the ongoing attempt by the tax commissioners to abolish excise duties on nurses and midwives with regard to university forms and uniform cleaning costs. The income strangely claims that “the linen of a uniform is not done in the actual perfor-mance of a nurse`s homework.” Naturally, this is affirmed by the INMO with drawbacks. Discussions focused on the HSE`s failure to offer contracts to all registered nurses and midwives. The union has succeeded across the country in cancelling this policy, with well over 1,100 indeterminate contracts. At the time of the press release, there are still some problems, but officials are confident in their power to overcome these problems. We have also held the vacancy as an executive student and I would like to salute Corrinne Rushe as a student nurse, who chairs the executive. It`s a welcome addition. The executive also supported the Trade Union Friends of Palestine (TUFP), which is holding a conference in Dublin in November. The focus will be on the suffering of Palestinian children. The next Executive Council meeting will take place on October 7 and 8, 2019.

You can contact me at INM headquarters on 01 6640 600, via the President`s blog at or by email at: Contact the Care/Midwife Pay Scale as of September 1, 2019 (ISSN: 2009-4264) Volume 27 Issue 8 October 2019 WIN, MedMedia Publications, 17 Adelaide Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin on Dublin. Website: The employment tribunal agreement provides that a new care contract, focused on the provision of improved patients and service outcomes, will be concluded within three weeks. INMO officials warned that, for safety reasons, understaffed services should be limited in several hospitals of the saolta University Health-care Group. The a f fe c t ed ho s p i t a l include Galway, Letterkenny, Mayo, Merlin Park, Portiuncula, Roscommon and Sligo Univer- sity Hospitals.

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