A care assistant at a care home who allegedly struck a male patient with a mop brush, dislocating the man’s shoulder, has lost her claim for unfair dismissal.
A worker at Oberstown Children Detention Campus for young offenders has been sacked after an incident in which a teenage detainee suffered injuries to his head and right ear.
THE biggest civil service union in the country yesterday threatened to block Government decentralisation plans because of a promotions row.
WOMEN who returned to work in the civil service following the removal of the marriage bar are now faced with huge costs as they seek to build up pension entitlements.
JACKIE CASEY couldn’t believe how the Government, as an employer, ignored discrimination in the Civil Service, while at the same time passing equality legislation that private sector employers had to implement.
THE Government will have to pay €34m to 5,500 lower-paid civil servants, primarily women, in the largest equal pay award in this country.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 - 7:00 PM
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