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Businesses 'named and shamed' for underpaying staff 2017-02-18 [BBC]

Avoca cafe found to have discriminated on basis of gender 2017-02-16 [Irish Times]

Trade union attacks rise in civil service agency workers 2017-02-10 [BBC]

Unmarried woman wins pension battle 2017-02-08 [BBC]

Unemployed, seeking work and over 50 2017-02-07 [BBC]

New levy on training of apprentices 'unwelcome' 2017-02-01 [Belfast Telegraph]

NUJ condemns online intimidation of female journalist 2017-01-25 [Belfast News Letter]

Hospital staff protest over ‘gap in wages’ 2017-01-25 [Fermanagh Herald]

Teachers urged to end co-operation with school inspections 2017-01-21 [BBC]

SIPTU President expresses regret at retirement of Martin McGuinness from public office 2017-01-20 [SIPTU]

Schivo NI: 30 workers lose jobs at Derry-based aerospace firm 2017-01-20 [BBC]

NI journalist quits union ruling body over Jamie Bryson membership 2017-01-20 [Belfast News Letter]

Teachers strike in NI over pay dispute 2017-01-18 [RTÉ]

INTO teachers stage half-day strike over pay dispute 2017-01-18 [BBC]

Recruitment freeze 'puts police at risk' 2017-01-16 [BBC]

GPs resignation from NHS 'inevitable' 2017-01-16 [BBC]

De La Salle teachers told to 'consider positions' 2017-01-12 [BBC]

INTO teachers begin industrial action over pay dispute 2017-01-07 [BBC]

INTO teachers begin industrial action over pay dispute 2017-01-06 [BBC]

Over 80 workers affected as Londonderry firm goes into administration 2017-01-06 [Belfast News Letter]

Builders losing work over cross-border safety issue 2017-01-04 [BBC]

Civil service agency workers cost £10m 2016-12-21 [BBC]

IFA pays out £28k to unfairly dismissed manager 2016-12-21 [BBC]

Northern Ireland braced for strikes by Post Office and airport workers 2016-12-19 [Belfast Telegraph]

Strike threatens to disrupt Christmas travel at airports 2016-12-17 [BBC]

Teachers stage one-day strike over pay 2016-11-30 [BBC]

Minimum wage hike could hurt businesses 2016-11-25 [Belfast Telegraph]

Lidl supermarket workers awarded higher minimum hourly wage 2016-11-25 [Belfast Telegraph]

Ilex redundant workers take case against NI Executive 2016-11-16 [BBC]

NASUWT teachers to strike in move that could close schools 2016-11-11 [BBC]

NASUWT teachers to stage series of one-day strikes in Northern Ireland 2016-11-08 [BBC]

Teachers at 130 schools set to strike over pay 2016-11-07 [Union News]

Industrial action at Maghaberry high-security prison 2016-11-04 [BBC]

Bombardier turbulence sees redundancies ramp up in Belfast 2016-10-28 [Silicon Republic]

Wages have risen by 2% - survey 2016-10-27 [BBC]

Antrim bike retailer jobs threat down to cynical asset stripping says MP 2016-10-27 [BBC]

Queen's University: Some PhD students 'earn less than minimum wage' 2016-10-26 [BBC]

GMB On Job Losses At Bombardier 2016-10-25 [GMB]

Queen's University survey suggests lack of leadership 2016-10-24 [BBC]

Bombardier job cuts could hit Belfast 2016-10-22 [BBC]

Usdaw vows to fight extended Sunday trading in Belfast, as the city council launches a consultation 2016-10-21 [Usdaw]

Fujitsu job losses announced 2016-10-20 [agendaNi]

Nursing student bursary safe, confirms Minister 2016-10-19 [Belfast Telegraph]

Teaching unions reject pay offer 2016-10-12 [BBC]

Pay talks collapse 2016-10-12 [INTO]

UTV could lose 30% of staff as ITV cuts costs 2016-10-06 [Belfast Telegraph]

Irish police hold EU workers at Dundalk border 2016-10-04 [BBC]

Social workers doing 'additional hours for no extra pay to meet demand' 2016-09-29 [BBC]

Concentrix: 150 temporary staff in Belfast to be let go 2016-09-29 [BBC]

UNISON Northern Ireland warns of care home crisis 2016-09-28 [UNISON]

This month in labour history

10-02-1972 30,000 Birmingham engineers go on strike in solidarity with striking miners. Thousands of them march to Saltley Gate coke depot, overpowering police to shut the gates. [more]

17-02-2006 Royal Mail workers in Belfast return to work after a successful wildcat strike against victimisation [more]