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Aer Lingus cancels 76 additional flights next week

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Ireland Aer Lingus cancels 76 additional flights next week [RTÉ] 03-07-2024

Ireland Aer Lingus management and pilots to attend Labour Court [RTÉ] 01-07-2024

Ireland Aer Lingus pilots 'more determined than ever' as they back industrial action [RTÉ] 17-06-2024

Ireland Aer Lingus raises concerns over new pilots' strike ballot [RTÉ] 14-06-2024

Ireland Security guards to receive pay increase after Minister approves new order [Irish Times] 14-06-2024

Ireland Aer Lingus pilots ballot for strike action [RTÉ] 06-06-2024

Ireland Aer Lingus pilots urged to reject Labour Court's pay recommendation [RTÉ] 25-05-2024

Ireland Union says business support measures are 'anti-worker' [RTE] 23-05-2024

Ireland / Palestine Congress welcomes recognition of the State of Palestine by Ireland and urges more action to hold Israel accountable [Irish Congress of Trade Unions] 22-05-2024

Ireland Financial Services Union conference to discuss pay, AI and surveillance [RTÉ] 18-05-2024


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Unions welcome radical reform of unemployment insurance 2024-07-12 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Congress welcomes the launch of the clean air site campaign 2024-07-08 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Unions deeply troubled by new pensions Bill for uniformed services 2024-07-03 [SIPTU]

Ireland Proposals for major changes to employment law flagged by Economy Minister 2024-07-03 [Irish Times]

150 new work permits announced for sea fishers 2024-07-03 [RTÉ]

Aer Lingus cancels 76 additional flights next week 2024-07-03 [RTÉ]

Celebrating the Trade Union movement at Áras an Uachtaráin 2024-07-02 [ICTU]

Aer Lingus management and pilots to attend Labour Court 2024-07-01 [RTÉ]

More flights cancelled as Aer Lingus dispute continues 2024-06-29 [BBC]

Trade unions and progress for LGBT people-aproud history 2024-06-26 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Aer Lingus offers to meet pilots ahead of industrial action this week 2024-06-25 [PA Media]

Ireland Northern Ireland Unions recommend school staff to back pay offer 2024-06-25 [BBC]

Healthcare unions call on HSE to end recruitment freeze 2024-06-25 [Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization]

Unions talk tough amid fears of Spirit carve-up 2024-06-24 [The Irish News]

Pilots reject Aer Lingus claim for 'meaningful' talks ahead of strike 2024-06-24 [BBC]

Aer Lingus dispute: IALPA chief accuses airline of escalating row with ‘campaign of antagonism’ against members 2024-06-23 [Irish Times]

Protest against sub-minimum wage held at Leinster House 2024-06-23 [RTÉ]

Around 150 jobs under threat at Tirlán 2024-06-23 [RTÉ]

Ireland Northern Ireland Police staff vote to strike over 'danger' payment 2024-06-22 [BBC]

Ireland Northern Ireland Consultants agree to suspend planned 24-hour strike following pay offer 2024-06-20 [Live]

Aer Lingus pilots' action 'will cause cancellations' 2024-06-20 [BBC]

Government caves into busines lobbying in U-turn on employer PRSI 2024-06-19 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

FAI refusal of employees’ right to collective bargaining to be referred to Labour Court 2024-06-17 [SIPTU]

Aer Lingus pilots 'more determined than ever' as they back industrial action 2024-06-17 [RTÉ]

Overcrowding in Our Lady of Lourdes impacting patient and staff safety 2024-06-14 [Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization]

Security guards to receive pay increase after Minister approves new order 2024-06-14 [Irish Times]

Teenage boy dies in workplace incident in Cavan 2024-06-14 [RTÉ]

Aer Lingus raises concerns over new pilots' strike ballot 2024-06-14 [RTÉ]

Transposition of EU adequate minimum wages directive No 1. priority for the trade union movement 2024-06-13 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Trade union movement welcomes LPC recommendation to abolish lower minimum wage for younger workers 2024-06-11 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Congress urges Irish government to take leadership on sanctions against Israel 2024-06-11 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Players in Ireland calling for improved match facilities 2024-06-08 [FIFPRO]

Strike next week at National Advocacy Service 2024-06-06 [RTÉ]

Aer Lingus pilots ballot for strike action 2024-06-06 [RTÉ]

Redundancy terms at Indeed 'unacceptable' - FSU 2024-06-05 [RTÉ]

New poll finds 88% of voters want government to prioritize delivery of homes that are affordable for all 2024-06-04 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Unions 'deeply disappointed' at top rate of new jobseeker's payment 2024-05-30 [RTE]

Apprentices being 'exploited as cheap labour' - Union 2024-05-30 [RTE]

Congress urges immediate government action on housing commission call for 'radical reset' of policy 2024-05-29 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Hospital overcrowding an recruitment freeze warrants serious response 2024-05-29 [INMO]

Ireland Northern Ireland Education support workers strike: GMB, UNISON and Unite warn of 'huge disruption' to schools in September 2024-05-25 [Belfast News Letter]

SIPTU members in Sky Handling Partner consider industrial action 2024-05-25 [RTÉ]

Worker wins €1,400 over breach of sick leave rights 2024-05-25 [RTÉ]

Aer Lingus pilots urged to reject Labour Court's pay recommendation 2024-05-25 [RTÉ]

Ireland Northern Ireland 'Major' disruption as junior doctors strike 2024-05-23 [BBC]

Recording of conversations in cabs sees Wicklow firefighters consider data protection complaint 2024-05-23 [Irish Times]

Gardaí retiring from November will have to make ‘false declaration’ they are available for work - GRA 2024-05-23 [Irish Times]

SIPTU members in Sky Handling Partner consider industrial action 2024-05-23 [RTE]

Union says business support measures are 'anti-worker' 2024-05-23 [RTE]

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This month in labour history


19-07-1913 Businessman William Martin Murphy calls his workers to a meeting, where he warns they will be sacked if they join the ITGWU. [more]

19-07-1984 Irish retail workers begin a strike in support of the anti-apartheid movement, refusing to handle South African products. The strike goes on for two and a half years. [more]

21-07-1945 Members of the Irish Women Worker’s Union staged a laundry strike demanding a second week of paid holiday, affecting many of Dublin’s hotels. The strike lasted 14 weeks and ended in victory for the women. [more]