Doctors likely to reject consultant pay proposals as IMO ballots its members
The IMO has written to members amid signs that the consultant pay proposals that were tabled by government will be rejected by doctors.
The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has written to members amid signs that the consultant pay proposals that were tabled by government will be rejected by doctors.
The IMO is balloting 2,000 of its members on the pay proposals, but many doctors are strongly opposed to them.
Doctors said they objected to the concept of “performance-related increments” as well as the failure to provide pay parity with existing consultants.
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