Strike looms over Section 39 pay restoration

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Here’s how much money the CEOs of the largest companies earn 2018-01-17 [Irish Post]

Northern Ireland 'Lifeline' for Carillion to continue some work 2018-01-17 [Belfast Telegraph]

Pensions must be raised to safeguard futures of people who 'lost thousands' 2018-01-17 [Donegal Now]

Congress report highlights rise in CEO pay, widening pay gap 2018-01-17 [ICTU]

FSU begins centenary archive project 2018-01-17 [FSU]

Secondary principals welcome restoration of middle-management posts 2018-01-17 [Irish Examiner]

Strike looms over Section 39 pay restoration 2018-01-17 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Ulster University misses staff compensation deadline 2018-01-17 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Carillion confirms staff will be paid, says union 2018-01-16 [BBC]

SIPTU wants HIQA to probe emergency department overcrowding 2018-01-16 [Irish Examiner]

UK and Australia poaching 'burnt-out' nurses 2018-01-16 [Irish Examiner]

Forcing health professionals to get flu vaccine is ‘regressive’, union says 2018-01-16 []

Ryanair says there will not be another pilots shortage 2018-01-15 []

Salary study may spark debate about pay rates for new-entrant teachers 2018-01-15 [Irish Times]

SIPTU calls for HIQA investigation into impact of emergency department crisis 2018-01-15 [SIPTU]

GRA led by self-protecting, exclusive ‘old boys’ club’ 2018-01-15 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Chief nursing officer says emergency departments 'not in crisis' 2018-01-15 [BBC]

Women who work nights have a strikingly increased risk of getting cancer 2018-01-14 [The Journal]

Journalists call for INM data probe 2018-01-14 [The Times]

Northern Ireland Health service cannot keep relying heavily on agency staff, says chief nursing officer 2018-01-14 []

Pat Leahy: Health crisis will not be solved by money alone 2018-01-13 [Irish Times]

Former SIPTU boss Jack O'Connor ready to challenge for seat in the Dáil 2018-01-13 [Irish Mirror]

Iarnród Éireann to pay increase rejected by train drivers but expects them to mentor trainees 2018-01-13 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Sinn Féin and SDLP call for return of 50:50 PSNI recruitment 2018-01-12 [Irish Times]

Pilots vote on pay as Ryanair bows to union 2018-01-12 [The Times]

Health watchdog HIQA claims it does not have the power to intervene in overcrowding crisis 2018-01-12 [Donegal Now]

Fórsa latest trade union to threaten industrial action over lack of pay restoration 2018-01-12 [Irish Examiner]

Irish Rail chief to depart 2018-01-12 [Irish Examiner]

Portuguese construction workers sue over Tipperary ‘work camp’ 2018-01-12 [Irish Times]

Teacher promotions to be awarded on merit for first time 2018-01-12 [Irish Times]

Paid parental leave is crucial to tackling gender pay gap, minister says 2018-01-11 []

‘Extreme difficulty’ recruiting Leaving Cert examiners 2018-01-11 [Irish Times]

SIPTU train drivers reject Labour Court recommendation 2018-01-11 [SIPTU]

More industrial action could follow train drivers’ vote to reject pay deal 2018-01-10 []

NBRU and SIPTU train drivers reject Labour Court recommendation 2018-01-10 [RTÉ]

Union hits out at Forever 21 management as staff denied talks over compensation 2018-01-10 [Live]

Ryanair offers its Dublin pilots a pay rise after it agrees to recognise unions 2018-01-10 [The Journal]

Call for legislation to reduce gender pay gap 2018-01-10 []

​Unionised Ryanair will be 'markedly different': HSBC 2018-01-10 [Flightglobal]

Offer of pay rise for Ryanair's Dublin pilots following union recognition 2018-01-10 [RTÉ]

SIPTU calls on Government ministers to resolve Section 39 pay dispute 2018-01-10 [SIPTU]

Garda managers stall new reforms over pay dispute 2018-01-10 [Irish Examiner]

SIPTU call on Section 39 workers' pay 2018-01-10 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Red Cross set to end ambulance service 2018-01-10 [RTÉ]

Staffing hits post-Leaving Certificate courses amid labour market demands 2018-01-09 [Irish Examiner]

Senior Gardaí are taking industrial action in new pay row 2018-01-09 []

30% fewer armed garda patrols due to over time cuts 2018-01-09 [Irish Examiner]

'Severe shortage' of substitute teachers in primary schools 2018-01-09 [RTÉ]

Ministers' drivers 'sleep deprived and overworked' 2018-01-08 [Irish Independent]

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