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Today's news - Northern Ireland

Usdaw and Primark have settled on a long-term plan for staff affected by a major fire at the Belfast store 2018-09-08 [USDAW]

Councils: Rise in sick days 2018-09-04 [BBC]

Belfast Primark fire: Staff 'will be paid' 2018-08-29 [BBC]

Health service apology after staff pay deductions 2018-08-29 [BBC]

Council staff to vote on strike action 2018-08-28 [Belfast Telegraph]

Belfast Aer Lingus crew win 5% pay increase 2018-08-27 [Fórsa]

'Substantial' sum paid to former Ilex staff 2018-08-10 [BBC]

Newry, Mourne and Down Council workers to vote on industrial action 2018-08-09 [BBC]

Western Trust spends £27m on locum and agency staff 2018-08-07 [BBC]

Pay award in England will make teachers 'angrier' 2018-07-25 [Irish News]

NI could miss out on public sector pay rise 2018-07-25 [BBC]

Airbus takeover of CSeries 'good for Belfast jobs' 2018-07-17 [BBC]

Eleven employers fined for underpaying staff 2018-07-06 [BBC]

EU workers employed drop by one quarter since Brexit vote 2018-06-28 [Irish Times]

Heatwave: When is it too hot to work? 2018-06-27 [BBC]

Doctors could leave warns BMA chief 2018-06-27 [BBC]

Brexit planning sees Shannon firm Eirtech expand in Belfast 2018-06-21 [BBC]

Natalie Fleming talks feminism, socialism and joining a trade union 2018-06-20 [Derry Journal]

Strike-hit students may get marks increased 2018-06-13 [BBC]

Anger over change to Border Force jobs 2018-06-01 [BBC]

Queen's University strike savings to fund student services 2018-05-24 [BBC]

Cullybackey: HK Dickey makes 48 staff redundant 2018-05-22 [BBC]

Shopworkers delighted as Belfast city councillors overwhelmingly reject extended Sunday trading 2018-05-18 [USDAW]

Usdaw protesters invite Belfast city councillors to a breakfast briefing ahead of a decision on extending Sunday trading 2018-05-18 [USDAW]

Fury at 'whitewash' review of Belfast leisure centres 2018-05-17 [BBC]

Belfast City Council does not appear to be taking the promised 'weekend summit' seriously says Usdaw 2018-05-09 [USDAW]

Derry people urged to attend massive May Day rally and march being planned for the city centre this weekend 2018-05-03 [Derry Now]

Coalition of women's and children's groups and trade unions demand `Childcare for All' 2018-05-02 [Irish News]

Parents make childcare equality call 2018-05-01 [BBC]

New menopause policy for police considered 2018-04-27 [BBC]

Maghaberry: Inmates asked to do work of prison staff 2018-04-30 [BBC]

Belfast City Council defers their decision on extending Sunday trading, which Usdaw welcomes 2018-04-22 [USDAW]

Opinion is shifting decisively against longer Sunday trading in Belfast 2018-04-19 [USDAW]

Relaunch for 'older teachers' replacement scheme 2018-04-17 [BBC]

Brexit reopens old wounds 2018-04-16 [IPS]

Conductor 'indecently assaulted' on train 2018-04-16 [BBC]

PSNI chief slams UDA over threat to journalist 2018-04-11 [Belfast Telegraph]

Economy 'suffering from impasse at Stormont and Brexit uncertainty' 2018-04-11 [Belfast Telegraph]

Linwoods to make 90 workers redundant 2018-04-11 [BBC]

Head of Sport NI takes case for unfair dismissal 2018-04-07 [Irish Times]

Shirt factory workers in temporary lay-off 2018-04-06 [BBC]

UDA threat against Belfast journalist 2018-04-02 [BBC]

94% of shopworkers oppose extended Sunday trading in Belfast 2018-03-30 [USDAW]

Queen's University has 'toxic' management culture, survey suggests 2018-03-28 [BBC]

Health staff could miss out on pay deal 2018-03-22 [Belfast Telegraph]

Employment growth 'due to EU migrants' 2018-03-20 [BBC]

Health visitor shortage causing baby review backlog 2018-03-15 [BBC]

Kilroot closure: Council faces £1.3m loss in rates income 2018-03-14 [BBC]

'Shankill Saidie' earns Blue Plaque 2018-03-09 [BBC]

Policing Board employment case raises serious questions 2018-03-09 [Irish News]

This month in labour history

2-09-1976 All 137 Grumwick strikers are sacked by the company. [more]

11-09-1860 Dockers union leader Ben Tillett was born [more]

15-09-1913 Over 10,000 English railwaymen refuse to handle Dublin goods in an official sympathy strike with locked-out Irish workers. [more]

28-09-1995 Liverpool dockers are locked out by their employer, sparking a two-year struggle for their jobs and livelihoods. [more]