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New pay deal for State employees cannot come at any price, says Minister [Irish Times] 2020-10-30

Teachers' union to take industrial action unless Covid-19 concerns addressed [Irish Examiner] 2020-10-29

School secretaries, caretakers secure better work conditions [RTÉ] 2020-10-28

Some schools missing up to 10 teachers over wait for Covid-19 test result – ASTI [Irish Times] 2020-10-27

Teachers 'fearful' but expect schools to reopen [RTÉ] 2020-10-27

Teachers’ union ‘cannot be convinced’ schools will return after Halloween break [Extra.ie] 2020-10-24

‘No basis for public service pay negotiation' [Fórsa] 2020-10-23

Protesters block removal of Debenhams stock [RTÉ] 2020-10-22

Teacher trade union representatives meet with NPHET officials [RTÉ] 2020-10-20

Primary teachers' union calls for details of incidence of Covid-19 in schools [RTÉ] 2020-10-19

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Today's labour news


New pay deal for State employees cannot come at any price, says Minister 2020-10-30 [Irish Times]

Some progress on Covid school safety measures, but more needed 2020-10-30 [Fórsa]

Grim toll of Covid-19 on our workforce: job losses and lay-offs 2020-10-30 [Irish Independent]

Ferry companies reject claims they are forcing drivers to share cabins 2020-10-30 [Irish Examiner]

IMO membership agree to back ballot on industrial action for public health doctors 2020-10-30 [Irish Examiner]

'Schools have to reopen today to deal with this' - Union furious sanitisers weren't checked 2020-10-30 [Irish Examiner]

Concern over 'disconnect' on school sanitiser issue 2020-10-30 [RTÉ]

ASTI leaders to examine strike action over virus safety and equal pay 2020-10-30 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland £12,500 award for Spanish man after racism and unfair dismissal by Belfast drinks firm 2020-10-29 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Industrial action ballot underway for council workers 2020-10-29 [Newry.ie]

Cameroonian cargo ship detained in Sligo Port since mid-October following routine inspection 2020-10-29 [The Journal]

SIPTU calls for Government assistance for aviation workers following flight cancellations 2020-10-29 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Coronavirus: Taxi drivers call support fund 'a go-away payment' 2020-10-29 [BBC]

HSE: Home help workers not being routinely tested for Covid-19 2020-10-29 [Irish Examiner]

Pay deal struck for school secretaries and caretakers 2020-10-29 [Irish Examiner]

Dáil clerical staff raise 'alarm' over Covid sittings 2020-10-29 [Irish Examiner]

Teachers' union to take industrial action unless Covid-19 concerns addressed 2020-10-29 [Irish Examiner]

School secretaries, caretakers secure better work conditions 2020-10-28 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Taxi drivers welcome financial support package plans 2020-10-28 [BBC]

Count begins of teaching union’s vote on potential industrial action 2020-10-28 [Irish Examiner]

Public should have been notified earlier about hand sanitiser recall, government admits 2020-10-27 [The Times]

Northern Ireland Coronavirus: Derry Royal Mail sorting office 'missing half its staff' 2020-10-27 [BBC]

RTÉ seeking up to 70 more redundancies to cut costs 2020-10-27 [RTÉ]

Teachers' union calls for more transparency on Covid-19 cases in schools 2020-10-27 [Irish Examiner]

Hundreds of health staff unavailable every week due to coronavirus 2020-10-27 [Irish Times]

Unions warn of move away from negotiations if no pay deal by Christmas 2020-10-27 [Irish Times]

Some schools missing up to 10 teachers over wait for Covid-19 test result – ASTI 2020-10-27 [Irish Times]

Teachers 'fearful' but expect schools to reopen 2020-10-27 [RTÉ]

Teachers’ union ‘cannot be convinced’ schools will return after Halloween break 2020-10-24 [Extra.ie]

Time ‘running short’ for new public service pay deal 2020-10-24 [Fórsa]

Ryanair denies forcing staff to come into the office 2020-10-24 [Irish Examiner]

Public health doctors to ballot for strike action over contract 2020-10-24 [Irish Examiner]

Ventilation problems in schools will become critical issue as weather gets colder, teachers warn 2020-10-23 [Irish Independent]

Stress of school contract tracing could force principals to retire early 2020-10-23 [The Times]

Fórsa warns of 'chaos' without public service agreement 2020-10-23 [RTÉ]

Ex-meat plant workers speak of virus fears but acknowledge measures and investment 2020-10-23 [echolive.ie]

26 catering jobs in-sourced at GMIT 2020-10-23 [Connacht Tribune]

‘No basis for public service pay negotiation' 2020-10-23 [Fórsa]

'Mayhem' on buses should have been predicted - NBRU 2020-10-23 [RTÉ]

Government health spending 'could be wasted' without staffing plan-INMO 2020-10-22 [Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization]

Behind the lines of occupational medicine 2020-10-22 [Medical Independent]

Protesters block removal of Debenhams stock 2020-10-22 [RTÉ]

Ulster Bank tells Minister for Finance 'no decision' yet taken on its future amid reports it could be wound down 2020-10-22 [The Journal]

SIPTU calls on Odeon Cinemas to enter into negotiations on proposed restructuring 2020-10-22 [SIPTU]

SIPTU members in BorgWarner in Tralee vote to accept improved redundancy offer 2020-10-22 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Coronavirus: More than 2,700 health workers are self-isolating 2020-10-22 [BBC]

Revenue provides details of changes to rates of Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme 2020-10-22 [Irish Examiner]

Covid-19 survey finds health and access to technology the main worries for teachers 2020-10-22 [Irish Examiner]

New children’s hospital will not be able to open all beds due to staff shortages, nurses say 2020-10-22 [Irish Times]

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This month in labour history


3-10-1932 In Belfast, thousands of workers, Catholics and Protestants, strike private companies while more than 30,000 demonstrate in the streets against state exploitation of the unemployed. [more]

5-10-1913 The British TUC decided that it will stop sending money to locked-out Dublin workers, although food shipments will continue. [more]

10-10-1910 Huge torchlight march through Dublin to celebrate release of socialist and trade union leader James Larkin from jail. [more]

18-10-1913 Dora Montefiore arrives in Dublin with members of the Domestic Workers Union, offering places with volunteer foster families for the children of strikers. [more]

24-10-1913 Members of the ITGWU clash with the Ancient Order of Hibernians, who are trying to prevent strikers' children being taken to foster families in England and Belfast. [more]