Family settles case against employer after alleged asleep at wheel fatality

Today's labour news

'Severe' job losses feared for FAI staff with 'hard nut' executive set to reveal extent of financial woes 2019-12-05 [The Journal]

Louth senator calls on National Pen to respect Labour Court 2019-12-05 [Dundalk Democrat]

Santa arrives with presents and reassurances at party for homeless children 2019-12-05 [Irish Times]

Inquest highlights the urgent need for emergency ambulance hand-over protocol 2019-12-05 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Health strike: Secretary of State to meet striking unions 2019-12-05 [BBC]

TUI faces €280,000 payout to ASTI over ‘poaching’ claims 2019-12-05 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Health service crisis 'unacceptable', says Secretary of State 2019-12-05 [RTÉ]

SIPTU welcomes Pfizer decision to maintain DB Pension benefits for workers 2019-12-04 [SIPTU]

SIPTU members in FAI call for urgent meeting with Minister for Sport concerning funding 2019-12-04 [SIPTU]

Tara Mines workers postpone protest after flat rate expenses reduction deferred 2019-12-04 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Health strike: Further industrial action by workers 2019-12-04 [BBC]

Pay underperforming civil servants to leave, says senior official 2019-12-04 [Irish Times]

Family settles case against employer after alleged asleep at wheel fatality 2019-12-04 [Irish Times]

Strikes over pay and conditions to hit a number of third-level institutions 2019-12-02 [The Journal]

Private sector workers to demand pay rises up to 4pc as wages power 'shifts' to employees 2019-12-02 [Irish Independent]

National Archives ‘creaking’ under pressures 2019-12-02 [Fórsa]

SIPTU demands contingency plan to deal with obstruction of ambulance resources 2019-12-02 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Why are health workers taking industrial action? 2019-12-02 [BBC]

Northern Ireland Health strike: Action could delay cancer diagnoses, trust claims 2019-12-02 [BBC]

Thousands of doctors in public hospitals to begin voting on strike action 2019-12-02 [Irish Times]

More salary increases expected in 2020 2019-12-02 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Irish CNO conference called off due to nurse industrial action 2019-11-27 [Nursing Times]

Employers and unions clash on need for more flexibility on migrant workers 2019-11-27 [Irish Independent]

Staff refuse to operate €808,000 Dáil printer without ‘safety assessments’ 2019-11-27 [Irish Times]

Consultants will have to be paid more to stay in public system – Minister 2019-11-27 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Health union goes on strike 2019-11-26 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland NI Civil Service 'regret' as Unison healthcare workers strike 2019-11-26 [BBC]

Union recommends local government deal 2019-11-26 [Fórsa]

Northern Ireland Tensions high as health workers make feelings known on picket lines 2019-11-26 [Belfast Telegraph]

Poor conditions and low pay to blame for meat factories' labour shortages - SIPTU 2019-11-26 [Farming Independent]

Community centre services at risk over low pay, managers claim 2019-11-26 [Irish Times]

Campaign to abolish anti-worker Industrial Relations Act 2019-11-24 [Newsclick]

RTÉ journalists call for cut to salaries of its top earners 2019-11-23 [The Times]

Hotel told to pay €25,000 to deputy manager who suffered miscarriage weeks after unfair dismissal 2019-11-23 [Irish Independent]

Northern Ireland Nursing strike looms after pay talks collapse between health chiefs and unions 2019-11-23 [Irish News]

Union recommends common recruitment deal 2019-11-23 [Fórsa]

Tusla agency staff turn temp 2019-11-23 [Fórsa]

SIPTU members voice support for JLC Bill in meeting with politicians 2019-11-23 [SIPTU]

Hotel manager's action over disciplinary process undertaken by employer is resolved 2019-11-23 [irishexaminer.com]

Speed camera operator dispute talks end without resolution 2019-11-23 [Irish Times]

Unions sign compliance agreement with building contractor the National Children’s Hospital 2019-11-21 [SIPTU]

Aer Lingus staff demand 15pc pay boost and more holidays 2019-11-18 [Irish Independent]

Positive engagement with Garda Commissioner 2019-11-18 [Fórsa]

Northern Ireland Unite's health workers to vote on industrial action 2019-11-18 [BBC]

Woman claims work denied on building site as not a man 2019-11-18 [Irish Times]

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]

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This month in labour history

2-12-1913 The first group of ITGWU dockers returns to work from their strike in support of the Dublin lockout. [more]

8-12-1908 James Larkin suspended from Dock Union organisers role by union leadership trying to curb his militancy. [more]

22-12-1913 Over £9000 worth of food arrives in Dublin from the TUC, for families of locked-out workers to survive Christmas. [more]

28-12-1908 Delegates, lead by James Larkin, meet to discuss formation of Irish Transport & General Workers Union. [more]