Donegal nurses and midwives who are members of the INMO will go on strike for 24 hours on January 30th.
The INMO union is legally required to give one week’s notice, but has given three to allow for safety planning. Should the dispute go unresolved, there will be further 24-hour strikes on 5th and 7th of February, and then the 12th, 13th and 14th.
The strike will see INMO members withdraw their labour for 24 hours, providing only lifesaving care and emergency response teams.
The dispute centres on safe staffing in the public health service. The HSE has not been able to recruit and retain enough nurses and midwives on current wages.
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