Wed, 01 Jul, 2020
The trade union representing Ryanair's Irish based pilots has told the High Court that the airline is not entitled to an injunction preventing its members from going on strike later this week.
Mon, 19 Aug, 2019
The Minister for Education Joe McHugh has provided additional funding to alleviate issues around the provision of school buses.
Sun, 18 Aug, 2019
A prisoner who is so disruptive prison officers have to wear riot gear to deal with him has been given a PlayStation and a fish tank in a bid to pacify him, a prison officers’ conference has heard.
Fri, 08 May, 2015
The Mandate trade union is calling on Dunnes Stores to attend a Labour Court hearing this morning on pay and conditions for their staff.
Wed, 29 Oct, 2014
Mandate, the union that represents shop workers, has called on Irish retailers to stop stocking Israeli produce.
Fri, 25 Jul, 2014
A new appeal system for children refused school enrolment is still planned, but Education Minister Ruairi Quinn is to consider concerns raised about his idea to restrict it within schools.
Sat, 03 May, 2014
IMPACT said it is hopeful it can reach a solution with Aer Lingus in the dispute over plans to close its cabin crew base at Shannon Airport.
Fri, 08 Nov, 2013
President Michael D Higgins will lead the centenary commemoration of the 1913 Lockout later today.
Sat, 31 Aug, 2013
Up to 80,000 people are expected to line Dublin’s main thoroughfare to mark the 100th anniversary of Ireland’s greatest industrial dispute.
Wed, 28 Aug, 2013
Hundreds of thousands of commuters face major travel disruption this morning as the Dublin bus strike continues into its third day.
Tue, 06 Aug, 2013
Police in the North have come under attack for the second consecutive night as violence flared following Orange Order parades in Belfast.
Wed, 13 Jul, 2011
HUNDREDS of schools will be told about cuts to special needs assistants (SNAs) on Friday, but they will not be able to appeal for at least four months.
Wed, 22 Jun, 2011
SOARING demand for training has left at least two people turned down for every successful applicant to restricted places on further education courses.
Wed, 15 Sep, 2010
Electricians working at one of Dublin's largest and busiest hospitals are to stage an eight-hour work stoppage as their dispute with hospital management continues.
Mon, 16 Aug, 2010
Unions are not ruling out further disruption at the passport office despite chaotic scenes in Dublin last week.
Mon, 22 Mar, 2010
British Airways cabin crew have voted in favour of strikes in a bitter row over jobs and working conditions, raising the renewed threat of action which could cripple flights in the run-up to Easter, it was announced today.
Mon, 22 Feb, 2010
British Airways has suspended 15 cabin crew while it investigates claims of intimidation against employees volunteering to work in the event of a strike.
Fri, 12 Feb, 2010
British Airways was on a fresh collision course with cabin crew tonight as it faced the threat of a strike which could hit flights in the busy run-up to Easter.
Mon, 18 Jan, 2010
Trade union Mandate today called on members of the public not to verbally and physically abuse Permanent TSB staff following the mortgage lenders' interest rate hike.
Mon, 27 Jul, 2009
Over 200 Irish retail jobs were lost today after a liquidator was appointed to the Irish subsidiary of fashion chain Principles.
Thu, 12 Mar, 2009
Superquinn bosses are not doing enough to reassure their workers that their jobs are safe, a leading trade union has claimed today.
Sun, 21 Sep, 2008
The national council of the Irish Hospital Consultants Association is to recommend that its members accept the latest proposals on a new contract with the HSE.
Sat, 19 Apr, 2008
The global search for 2,000 extra hospital consultants can begin now that an agreement has been reached on new contracts, Health Minister Mary Harney said today.
Fri, 25 Jan, 2008
MIGRANT workers from non-English-speaking countries earn up to 31% less than Irish-born workers.
Wed, 04 Jul, 2007
THE standards and reputation of further education awards could be at risk from proposed changes to assessment methods, teachers have warned.
Fri, 01 Jun, 2007
Government policy is standing in the way of people having time to be parents, it was claimed today.
Wed, 01 Mar, 2006
All workers need paid parental leave to achieve a good work-life balance, it was claimed yesterday.
British Nuclear Fuels today confired controversial plans to sell a US-based subsidiary in a move likely to raise around £1bn (€1.5bn) for the UK taxpayer.
Fri, 01 Jul, 2005
THE country’s 13,000 civil servants have threatened to take industrial action amid concerns about dangers posed by mobile phone masts on the roofs of buildings in which they work.
Mon, 11 Apr, 2005
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) has expressed dismay at the Government's spending plans for 2004.
Thu, 13 Nov, 2003
CIÉ bosses were counting the cost of yesterday’s no-fares-day action by unions.
Sat, 19 Jul, 2003
Engineers and electricians have overwhelmingly rejected the proposed new national pay deal.
Tue, 18 Mar, 2003
Ten of thousands of people across Northern Ireland are set to stop work in protest at terrorism.
Fri, 18 Jan, 2002
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