THE Turkish Government last night remained silent as dozens of its citizens prepared to go on hunger strike in the Gama migrant labour scandal.
Sat, 21 May, 2005
MINISTER for Overseas Development Conor Lenihan is this morning under pressure to meet Gama workers to personally apologise for calling them “kebabs” in the Dáil yesterday.
Thu, 19 May, 2005
MULTI-NATIONAL construction firm Gama yesterday refused to begin conciliation talks at the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) as hundreds of workers continue to protest over allegations of wage fraud and underpayment.
Sat, 14 May, 2005
PROTESTING workers at multinational construction firm Gama yesterday voted to negotiate a return to work after five weeks of unprecedented demonstrations over allegations of wage fraud and underpayment.
Thu, 12 May, 2005
PROTESTING Turkish workers at Gama yesterday called for the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) to withdraw the firm’s electricity generation licence until workers are fully paid.
Tue, 10 May, 2005
WORKERS at Gama have voted overwhelmingly in favour of official strike action following a month-long series of unofficial stoppages.
Sat, 07 May, 2005
Michael O’Farrell, Political Reporter
Thu, 21 Apr, 2005
THE Turkish company accused of wage fraud and underpaying workers admitted to Government inspectors in February that it was not recording how many hours its employees work.
Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
ALMOST 700 Gama workers have received an unexpected windfall of up to €20 million in lost wages from bank accounts in the Netherlands.
Thu, 14 Apr, 2005
HUNDREDS of Turkish construction workers with multinational firm Gama will today protest outside the Dáil as the dispute over underpayments by the company enters its second week.
Tue, 12 Apr, 2005
Gama’s treatment of workers has backfired, Political Reporter Michael O’Farrell writes from Galway.
Wed, 06 Apr, 2005
HUNDREDS of angry Gama workers are today planning to target the company’s largest construction project, a Galway power station being built for the ESB in Tynagh.
Tue, 05 Apr, 2005
The sight of workers protesting about pay or conditions in Dublin’s O’Connell Street is hardly a rare sight, although it is one that has become infrequent in recent years.
HUNDREDS of Gama workers will today stop work and march in protest against the company following revelations that millions in lost wages is being held in previously unknown Dutch bank accounts.
Mon, 04 Apr, 2005
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