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Ulster Bank CEO says 'all options' for Irish operations being considered [RTÉ] 2020-09-18

Ex-Aramark staff mount unofficial picket after receiving week’s notice of job loss [Irish Times] 2020-09-17

Nationwide taxi drivers' strike under way [RTÉ] 2020-09-15

Restriction on redundancy rights extended again [RTÉ] 2020-09-15

Covid-19 testing at meat processing plants postponed [RTÉ] 2020-09-09

Treatment of Debenhams staff 'shabby and unacceptable' - Taoiseach [RTÉ] 2020-09-08

Staff turnover at 40% in full-time childcare operators [Irish Times] 2020-09-07

Debenhams dispute nears potential resolution [Mandate] 2020-09-05

Tourism jobs face wipeout from ban on travel [Irish Examiner] 2020-09-05

Employee burnout looming due to Covid-19 - survey [RTÉ] 2020-09-04

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Ulster Bank CEO says 'all options' for Irish operations being considered 2020-09-18 [RTÉ]

Hospital worker failed to self isolate after trip to red-list country 2020-09-18 [Galway City Tribune]

'We're not going away' - Vita Cortex workers join Debenhams staff at Cork rally 2020-09-18 [Irish Examiner]

Waterford meat plant staff ‘bused to work with standing room only’ – TD 2020-09-18 [AgriLand]

New Covid testing staff to free up HSCPs 2020-09-18 [Fórsa]

€350 PUP 'must be restored' to show 'we are all in this together', says Labour 2020-09-18 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Moore Concrete adds 35 staff during pandemic 2020-09-18 [Irish News]

Northern Ireland 40 jobs to go as Ards print firm goes into administration 2020-09-18 [Irish News]

Government accused of failing to legislate to protect workers during Debenhams debate 2020-09-17 [RTÉ]

Ex-Aramark staff mount unofficial picket after receiving week’s notice of job loss 2020-09-17 [Irish Times]

Almost half of employers believe four-day week is ‘feasible’ in their workplace 2020-09-17 [irishexaminer.com]

Northern Ireland Jobless rate could rise to 10% as changes during lockdown mean some jobs no longer viable, warn economists 2020-09-17 [Belfast Telegraph]

127 staff laid-off temporarily at Shelbourne Hotel 2020-09-17 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Redundancies double and unemployment rises to 2.9% 2020-09-16 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Threat to 62 jobs at WiggleCRC Co Antrim warehouse with some staff offered move to England 2020-09-16 [Belfast News Letter]

Northern Ireland Stormont informed by 90 firms of 6,800 planned redundancies during pandemic 2020-09-16 [Irish News]

Northern Ireland Translink plan £20m cost savings 2020-09-16 [Newry.ie]

Serial Covid-19 testing resumes at meat plants after pause 2020-09-16 [Newstalk]

Congress construction unions vote to protect pay rates in the sector 2020-09-16 [SIPTU]

Judge asks gardaí to visit Cork meat plant over spate of motoring offences 2020-09-16 [irishexaminer.com]

Northern Ireland Coronavirus: More than 30 job losses at Hillsborough Castle 2020-09-16 [BBC]

Calls for ‘recognition, respect and support’ of taxi sector 2020-09-16 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Women will bear brunt of redundancies due to Covid in hospitality and retail sectors, warn business bosses 2020-09-15 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Pace of job losses picks up as firms respond to closing phase of furlough scheme 2020-09-15 [Irish News]

Thousands of workers across building sector back strikes if employers cut pay, conditions 2020-09-15 [Irish Times]

Connect trade union votes for strike action if conditions breached 2020-09-15 [RTÉ]

Nationwide taxi drivers' strike under way 2020-09-15 [RTÉ]

Restriction on redundancy rights extended again 2020-09-15 [RTÉ]

Pay rises unlikely for public servants in 2021, garda reps told 2020-09-14 [RTÉ]

No ‘legitimate reason’ for Aer Lingus not to sign off on income supports paperwork, trade union says 2020-09-13 [Irish Sun]

Debenhams occupation ends as former staff leave Cork shop voluntarily 2020-09-11 [RTÉ]

SIPTU and Meat Industry Ireland meeting to discuss pay 2020-09-11 [Midlands 103]

SIPTU calls for large scale investment programme in new Progressive Fiscal Framework 2020-09-11 [SIPTU]

SIPTU calls for urgent restoration of mass Covid-19 testing in meat industry 2020-09-11 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Up to 70 jobs at Ulster Carpets under threat 2020-09-11 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Ulster Bank cuts will see 25 jobs go 2020-09-11 [Belfast Telegraph]

Union says twenty Direct Provision residents working at meat plant told contracts won't be renewed due to high risk 2020-09-10 [The Journal]

Minister snubs bid by construction sector to defer 2.7% pay rise for workers 2020-09-10 [Irish Times]

Health staff protest for fair redundancies 2020-09-10 [Fórsa]

Less than 50% of schools providing basic PPE 2020-09-10 [Fórsa]

Food producers plan to retain and grow staff despite Covid-19 2020-09-10 [Irish Independent]

SIPTU researcher: new foundation needed for our public finances 2020-09-10 [Irish Independent]

Meat processors come under increasing pressure to look after their workers 2020-09-10 [Irish Examiner]

Occupation of Debenhams premises on Cork's Patrick St to end 2020-09-10 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Coronavirus: arts sector facing 'devastation' 2020-09-10 [BBC]

Covid-19 testing at meat processing plants postponed 2020-09-09 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Proposals to reform trade union laws out to consultation 2020-09-08 [Irish Legal News]

Unions to discuss new pay deal for 340,000 State employees with Government 2020-09-08 [Irish Times]

Greater protections for meat workers to be agreed by SIPTU and MII 2020-09-08 [Midlands 103]

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This month in labour history


3-09-1913 Thousands attend the funeral of James Nolan, murdered by police, while hundreds of Dublin employers agree not to employ union members. [more]

7-09-1913 James Connolly begins a hunger-strike in protest at his imprisonment during the Dublin Lockout, he was released as a result. [more]

12-09-1913 Birth of Eugene Downing, Irish Communist who fought with the International Brigades in Spain. [more]

13-09-1913 James Connolly is released from prison after a four-day hunger strike during the Dublin Lockout. [more]

18-09-1903 James Connolly emigrates to America, where he will become an organiser for the Industrial Workers of the World before returning to Ireland in 1910. [more]

27-09-1913 The SS Hare sails into Dublin with food supplies for the locked-out workers. It flies the colours of the National Transport Workers Federation. [more]