SIPTU members in SK biotek in Swords locked out of workplace this morning

Today's labour news

Union launches campaign to secure Government support for RTÉ 2019-11-16 [RTÉ]

Strike at Dundalk Institute of Technology called off 2019-11-15 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Unite members at ABP declare victory after determined industrial action yields results 2019-11-15 [Unite]

Northern Ireland Midwives to vote on industrial action 2019-11-15 [Nursing in Practice]

Up to 150 pharmaceutical staff ‘temporarily laid off’ following industrial dispute 2019-11-15 [Irish Independent]

Laois factory staff 'shocked and angry' with SIPTU worried for jobs 2019-11-15 [Leinster Express]

HSE concedes to meeting on redundancy bid 2019-11-15 [Fórsa]

CE Supervisors to meet with TDs to call for return of community sector High Level Forum 2019-11-15 [SIPTU]

Tara Mines unions to resist the attack on PAYE workers through flat rate expenses reductions 2019-11-15 [SIPTU]

Virgin Media staff to ballot for strike action over redundancy plans 2019-11-15 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Unison: Strike action will target ‘all NI trusts and every workplace’ 2019-11-13 [Belfast News Letter]

SIPTU members in SK biotek in Swords locked out of workplace this morning 2019-11-13 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Irish nurses' strike leader supports NI nurses' action 2019-11-13 [BBC]

Current recruitment pause in the HSE is crippling the health service – INMO 2019-11-13 [Irish Times]

Redundancies: HSE warned to respect agreements 2019-11-12 [Fórsa]

Deliveroo want change in employment law so they can offer riders sick pay 2019-11-12 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Health staff pay: Unison members in NI vote to strike 2019-11-12 [BBC]

Staff at Dundalk Institute of Technology to go on strike next week 2019-11-12 [Irish Times]

Gosafe industrial action suspended following WRC request for talks 2019-11-12 [SIPTU]

Government says it will work to allay fears of ESB and Bord na Móna workers 2019-11-12 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Nurses vote to strike for first time over staffing and pay 2019-11-07 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Health worker strike could be due election day 2019-11-07 [Andersonstown News]

Northern Ireland Queen's and Ulster universities face eight-day strike 2019-11-07 [BBC]

RTÉ planning 200 job cuts and 15 per cent pay reduction for top presenters 2019-11-07 [Irish Times]

Speed camera operators to go on strike 2019-11-07 [Irish Times]

RTÉ to cut jobs, pay and some services to address financial crisis 2019-11-07 [RTÉ]

Builders oppose travel allowances for craftworkers and apprentices 2019-11-06 [Irish Times]

Coca-Cola workers fighting for their rights in Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, and the USA still need your support  ActNOW!  2019-11-06 [IUF]

Pfizer staff in Ringaskiddy reject WRC recommendations 2019-11-05 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Fire Brigades Union welcomes MP concerns over funding 2019-11-05 [Belfast News Letter]

SIPTU to meet with Irish Wheelchair Association concerning proposed Cuisle closure 2019-11-05 [SIPTU]

Government pension plan to ‘exclude’ 700,000 2019-11-05 [Irish Examiner]

Bord na Móna is 'shooting in the dark' with Midlands jobs 2019-11-04 [Midlands 103]

Fórsa wants pay mechanism for all grades 2019-11-04 [Fórsa]

Saudi Arabia claiming immunity in High Court over discrimination case 2019-11-04 [Irish Times]

Minister has ‘dismally’ failed transport workers, says NBRU 2019-11-04 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland RCN Northern Ireland criticises ‘deeply offensive’ pay policy 2019-11-02 [Nursing Times]

Unions call on Minister to reconvene Community Sector High Level Forum 2019-11-02 [SIPTU]

Just two gardaí free to patrol in Cork; city short 125 frontline police 2019-11-02 [Irish Examiner]

Home help services in Dublin and Wicklow facing potential strike action 2019-11-01 [Irish Times]

SIPTU members vote against Pfizer's Direct Benefit pension scheme 2019-11-01 [Irish Examiner]

SIPTU and USI launch charter for better rights and conditions for postgraduates 2019-11-01 [SIPTU]

SIPTU members in GoSafe to hold protest at Leinster House on Thursday 7th November 2019-11-01 [SIPTU]

Schools still short of special needs assistants despite increase – union 2019-11-01 [Irish Times]

New parents to get two weeks extra paid leave 2019-11-01 [RTÉ]

Bord na Mona workers left in limbo 2019-10-31 [Midlands 103]

SIPTU members in SK biotek in Swords to begin industrial action today 2019-10-31 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Public sector pay squeeze set to continue 2019-10-31 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Bombardier NI operations sold to Spirit AeroSystems 2019-10-31 [BBC]

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This month in labour history

6-11-1913 The military are on standby as hundreds of strikebreakers are shipped into the Port of Dublin. [more]

12-11-1913 James Connolly calls all ITGWU dockers in Dublin out on strike. Larkin, released from prison the following day, disagreess with the move, wanting to keep the dockers as a final reserve. [more]

13-11-1913 Irish syndicalist union leader Jim Larkin is released from prison during the bitter Dublin Lock-out [more]

19-11-1913 The battlelines harden in the Dublin Lockout as James Connolly tells a meeting that ‘any man who means in future to become a member of the Transport Workers Union must be prepared to enrol himself in the Citizen Army.' [more]

28-11-1913 Seafarers Union leader Havelock Wilson negotiates a return to work for his Dublin members, without consulting the ITGWU/ [more]