Friday, January 13, 2017

Talks have got under way in a bid to avert industrial action by nurses



Talks have got under way in a bid to avert industrial action by nurses across the health service over staff shortages from next month.
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Officials from the Department of Health and the HSE met with the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) yesterday to discuss demands for an improved package to incentive nurses to apply for jobs here.
The union said hundreds of jobs remained unfilled with serious implications for patient care and existing staff burnout.
INMO chief Liam Doran said that HSE management would bring draft proposals to the union on January 20, while both sides would meet for face-to-face talks three days later.
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