Tuesday August 4, 2020

No Compromise

The INO’s latest campaign, which invites the public to report problems in the health system, is a signal that it is not ready to accept pay freezes or cuts from the HSE

21st March, 2009

The Irish Nurses Organisation (INO), one of the country’s largest and most influential trade unions, has never been short of ideas to highlight its case for more spending on health and to promote the interests of its members.

Last week, the INO, whose members have voted to take part in Ictu’s national day of protest on March 30, announced a new campaign to highlight the impact of cuts in health spending on services...

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