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SIPTU-backed water service workers protest in Cork 2022-08-06 [Irish Examiner]

Ball is in Apple’s court’ regarding Cork workers' pay dispute, says SIPTU 2022-08-06 [echolive.ie]

Large primary school class sizes a ‘national embarassment’, says union 2022-08-06 [Irish Times]

Fine Gael councillor tells WRC his redundancy was a ‘sham’ after falling-out with owner 2022-08-06 [Irish Times]

Unite to ballot public sector members on strike action 2022-08-06 [RTÉ]

INMO join cost of living campaign 2022-08-05 [Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization]

TSSA welcomes plans for Limerick to Foynes rail line 2022-08-03 [TSSA]

Nurses warn of winter 'twindemic' if overcrowding in hospitals is not addressed 2022-07-31 [The Journal]

The housing crisis-what can be done? 2022-07-25 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Climate debate heating up 2022-07-26 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Ballots to commence after union backs public service pay campaign 2022-07-28 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

New workers right to sick pay a positive legacy of pandemic-ICTU 2022-07-24 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Tips law will put money into the pockets of hospitality workers 2022-07-24 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Taoiseach calls for ‘no tolerance' of workplace harassment 2017-11-08 [RTÉ]

Bord na Móna and Group of Unions to meet next week over coal plant closures 2018-03-27 [Kfm]

Sinn Féin spokesperson on Transport calls for Transport Minister to face up to responsibilities on CIÉ pensions 2018-02-01 [An Phoblacht]

RTÉ cutting 200 jobs in restructuring move 2017-03-23 [BBC]

Bus Éireann strike: Cross-border services may be hit 2017-03-24 [BBC]

Bus Éireann strike: Bus and rail services affected by secondary pickets 2017-03-31 [BBC]

RTÉ 'preventing staff from talking publicly about gender pay gap controversy' 2017-07-28 [BreakingNews.ie]

'No warning' given to unions ahead of Shannon Airport cost cutting proposals – Forsa 2020-07-08 [Clare FM]

Heritage workers need to know what lies ahead beyond 2020 – councillor 2020-08-22 [Clare FM]

New Clery's development postponed as An Bord Pleanála to hear appeal over site demolition 2017-02-23 [Dublin Live]

Bus Éireann to axe overtime in bid to save company 2017-01-14 [Evening Echo]

Bus Éireann workers want better communcation with management 2017-01-12 [Evening Echo]

Hairdresser left 'traumatised' by sacking gets €25k 2017-02-16 [Herald]

Minimum wage set to increase to €9.55 2017-07-20 [Herald]

St Joseph's dispute resolved – HSE 2018-04-16 [Highland Radio]

Reverse ‘punitive, consultant-bashing measure' 2017-04-26 [Irish Medical Times]

€40m strike fund will help Bus Eireann dispute workers, Unite pledges 2017-03-29 [Irish Independent]

Aer Lingus hit by €80m pay claim from trade unions 2017-07-03 [Irish Independent]

Aer Lingus warns pay claims could put €1bn strategy at risk 2017-10-08 [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]

Shannon Group sets aside €1.3m for redundancy scheme 2017-04-27 [Irish Independent]

Treatment of former Clerys workers delaying €150m development of iconic Dublin store 2017-01-17 [Irish Independent]

RTÉ chiefs facing backlash from staff as pay review to only include those on permanent contracts 2017-09-13 [Irish Independent]

'People have a point to make and now is the time to make it' - former news anchor Anne Doyle on RTÉ's gender pay gap 2017-08-01 [Irish Independent]

All-out Bus Éireann strike likely next week as company finalises cuts 2017-03-22 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann chief 'threw a bomb into a volatile situation' 2017-02-04 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann facing industrial 'warfare' as pay cuts revealed 2017-01-28 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann invite unions to talks in bid to avert all-out strike 2017-02-08 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann refusing to rule out job losses while strikes loom 2017-01-21 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann routes 'are safe' while talks last 2017-03-07 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann told to axe inter-city routes - but warned of 'excessive' €500k packages for senior staff 2017-01-11 [Irish Independent]

Bus Éireann workers put on strike standby despite ongoing talks 2017-02-18 [Irish Independent]

500 consultants join the €350m back-pay fight 2017-01-27 [Irish Independent]

WRC in late bid to avert all-out strike action at Bus Éireann 2017-03-02 [Irish Independent]

ASTI teachers will lose €30,000 if they throw out latest proposals to settle dispute 2017-01-09 [Irish Independent]

Exit deal on offer to RTÉ staff is not as generous as last time 2017-08-19 [Irish Independent]

Former Clerys workers secure €1m payout in long-running row 2017-03-22 [Irish Independent]

This month in labour history

This month in labour history

1-08-1837 Baptism of Mary Harris “Mother” Jones (birthdate unknown). Labour organizer & cofounder of the Industrial Workers of the World. [more]

12-08-1907 Police kill two strikers on Falls Road in Belfast during dock strike that united Protestants and Catholics. [more]

15-08-1913 Dublin newspaper boys attack delivery vans after 40 of their colleagues are sacked for organising at the Irish Independent. [more]

26-08-1913 Members of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union in Dublin go on strike for union recognition. The response of the employers is a city-wide lock-out. [more]

26-08-1913 The start of the Dublin Lockout as about 20,000 workers are locked-out by employers trying to break their union. [more]

28-08-1913 Jim Larkin is arrested for 'seditious speaking' on the third day of the Dublin transport strike, but released later in the day. [more]

29-08-1913 Jim Larkin burns a government proclamation banning public gatherings, in front of a meeting of 10,000 workers [more]

30-08-1913 James Connolly is sentenced to three months in prison for incitement, as the Dublin strike continues. [more]

30-08-1913 Two workers, John Byrne and James Nolan, are beaten by police in separate attacks, and both die of their wounds in hospital. [more]