English Language Teachers start shouting louder about their working rights

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State accused of shredding documents now central to legal case 2017-06-26 [Irish Examiner]

Fear of limits on asylum seeker right to work 2017-06-26 [Irish Examiner]

128 consultant appointments in breach of regulations 2017-06-26 [RTÉ]

Stagnant living standards are driving the populist wave 2017-06-25 [Irish Times]

English Language Teachers start shouting louder about their working rights 2017-06-25 [The Journal]

Eir seeks 240 job cuts as it prepares to float 2017-06-24 [Irish Times]

Tensions mount at Aer Lingus amid cabin crew rostering row 2017-06-24 [Irish Examiner]

HSE to pay €25,000 to nurse off work due to alcoholism 2017-06-24 [Irish Times]

Activists urge rejection of new public pay deal 2017-06-24 [RTÉ]

Statement by the SIPTU National Executive Council on the Proposals for a Public Service Stability Agreement 2018 - 2020 2017-06-23 [SIPTU]

SIPTU's boost for pay deal acceptance 2017-06-23 [Irish Examiner]

Seven dismissed and 60 disciplined in HSE probes 2017-06-23 [Irish Examiner]

Dublin businesses urged to show proof they pay a ‘living wage’ 2017-06-23 [Irish Times]

Construction sector facing disruption over crane drivers' strike action 2017-06-23 [RTÉ]

IMO defers decision on new public pay agreement 2017-06-22 [RTÉ]

Firm fined €2,500 after worker dies while dismantling ceiling 2017-06-22 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland GPs plan to withdraw services to deal with workload 2017-06-22 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Ulster University nurse training fund 'cut by almost £1m' 2017-06-22 [BBC]

SIPTU to decide stance on new public sector pay deal 2017-06-22 [SIPTU]

Domestic worker awarded €67,000 2017-06-21 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland One in four part-timers 'wants more work' 2017-06-21 [BBC]

Crane strike threat looms as operators demand pay rises of up to 15pc 2017-06-20 [Irish Independent]

Dublin Port Co to pay chief €45,000 over permanency refusal 2017-06-20 [Irish Times]

SIPTU President calls on Irish Government to work with Cuba despite renewal of US sanctions 2017-06-20 [SIPTU]

'Crane flu' could escalate into building strikes 2017-06-20 [Irish Independent]

'Side deals' a regular feature of pay talks - WRC head 2017-06-19 [RTÉ]

€160k for unfair dismissal of ‘loyal’ worker 2017-06-17 [Irish Examiner]

Defence Forces unions raise concern over pay agreement 'side deals' 2017-06-17 [RTÉ]

Military officers’ group says it cannot recommend new pay deal 2017-06-17 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Soaring sick rates 'show teaching is being bled dry' 2017-06-16 [Belfast Telegraph]

‘Not enough staff to prevent top-up pay scandals’: HSE 2017-06-16 [Irish Examiner]

Issue of Garda age limit to be referred to European court 2017-06-16 [Irish Times]

Single parents better off working part-time, says report 2017-06-16 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Bombardier pay dispute ends as workers accept new deal 2017-06-15 [BBC]

INMO defers decision on new public pay agreement 2017-06-15 [RTÉ]

SIPTU demands recognition and respect for Intellectual Disability Sector workers 2017-06-15 [SIPTU]

Lecturers’ vote clears way for laws to create technological universities 2017-06-15 [Irish Examiner]

Over 1,000 clerical staff to be placed on higher pay scale 2017-06-15 [Irish Times]

Thousands of public servants set to get allowances back 2017-06-15 [RTÉ]

IMPACT recommends public service pay deal 2017-06-14 [Irish Examiner]

IMPACT to recommend acceptance of public pay deal 2017-06-13 [RTÉ]

Crisis law ‘being used to punish public workers’ 2017-06-13 [The Times]

Union makes no recommendation on public pay deal 2017-06-13 [Irish Examiner]

Company fined €300,000 for health and safety breaches in relation to Corrib worker's death 2017-06-13 [RTÉ]

Ní Sheaghdha to succeed Doran as INMO General Secretary 2017-06-13 [RTÉ]

ASTI leaders under pressure following strategy U-turn 2017-06-12 [Irish Times]

Peace for now, but trouble looms in teachers' unions 2017-06-12 [independent.ie]

Airport staff get €500 vouchers as part of profit share proposal - but payment unlikely to calm industrial unrest 2017-06-12 [Irish Independent]

Unions refusing pay deal set to miss out 2017-06-12 [Irish Examiner]

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This month in labour history

1-06-1914 Jim Larkin is elected president of the Irish TUC in the wake of the Dublin Lockout. [more]

5-06-1868 Birth of James Connolly, Irish socialist and labour organiser, in Edinburgh. [more]