Health members overwhelmingly endorse Labour Court recommendations on job evaluation scheme

Today's labour news

SIPTU members employed by GoSafe to conduct 24-hour stoppage 2019-09-22 [SIPTU]

Defence Forces officers to hear from British Armed Forces' group as pay and conditions to dominate conference 2019-09-22 [Irish Examiner]

Children’s hospital project ‘at risk’ due to staff shortages 2019-09-22 [Irish Times]

Beef protests continue at ‘five or six’ plants after several stood down 2019-09-22 [Irish Times]

PDForra step closer to ICTU affiliation 2019-09-19 [Irish Examiner]

School secretaries prepare for action as meeting ends without agreement 2019-09-19 [Fórsa]

Health members overwhelmingly endorse Labour Court recommendations on job evaluation scheme 2019-09-19 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Nurses to be balloted on strike action 2019-09-19 [BBC]

IFA calls on meat processors to pay farmers properly for cattle 2019-09-19 [Irish Times]

Agriculture Minister appeals for protesters to stand down from blockades 2019-09-19 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Autistic civil servant goes to tribunal over disciplinary process 2019-09-17 [Belfast Telegraph]

New clampdown launched on social welfare fraud 2019-09-17 [RTÉ]

GoSafe speed cameras facing industrial action by workers 2019-09-17 [Irish Times]

Defence Forces pay review body needs ‘urgent consideration’ 2019-09-17 [Irish Times]

Beef dispute leads to 355 further temporary lay-offs at Cahir plant 2019-09-17 [RTÉ]

Teachers at DCU English school say offer of 50c pay increase is 'a slap in the face' 2019-09-16 [The Journal]

Union boss calls for transport police to deal with 'downright thuggery' on rail services 2019-09-16 [Irish Examiner]

Redundancy plan to trim overstaffed HSE 2019-09-16 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland NAHT school principals balloted on strike action 2019-09-16 [BBC]

Beef Plan Movement backs beef deal but says farmers' feel abandoned 2019-09-16 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland 'It has validated what we already knew - that the work is out there': Harland and Wolff union representative 2019-09-13 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Fórsa seeks Aer Lingus engagement on Belfast routes 2019-09-13 [Fórsa]

SIPTU calls for additional financial supports for workers affected by beef crisis 2019-09-13 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Stormont reviews no-deal Brexit plans as trade union calls for staff boycott 2019-09-13 [Irish News]

Northern Ireland Grand Opera House staff may strike over job fears 2019-09-13 [BBC]

President's view on Defence Forces’ pay reflects ‘Government concern’ 2019-09-13 [Irish Times]

Council must reinstate lorry driver forced to retire at 66 2019-09-13 [Irish Times]

INMO warns of UK Brexit nurse recruitment drive 2019-09-11 [Irish Nurses and Midwives Organization]

SIPTU says hundreds of jobs at risk due to worsening beef industry dispute 2019-09-10 [SIPTU]

Health workers pay increases 2019-09-10 [Fórsa]

SIPTU calls on professional artists to avail of expansion of Jobseeker’s Allowance 2019-09-10 [SIPTU]

Hundreds of Defence Forces recruits paid to leave before completing their training 2019-09-10 []

'The discontinuance of disciplinary action against a prison officer is disturbing on a number of levels' 2019-09-10 []

Beef dispute: Minister asks all sides not to escalate 2019-09-10 [Irish Times]

Speed camera workers strike against Redflex 2019-09-10 [The Newspaper]

School secretaries to take industrial action 2019-09-09 [Fórsa]

SIPTU members employed by speed camera operator GoSafe vote for strike action 2019-09-09 [SIPTU]

Meat Industry Ireland pulls out of beef talks over blockades 2019-09-09 [RTÉ]

School secretaries to take industrial action over pay, conditions 2019-09-09 [Irish Times]

More than 7,000 unqualified staff employed to plug teaching gaps 2019-09-09 [Irish Times]

Northern Ireland Head teacher union to ballot members over possible strike 2019-09-07 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Support grows as Harland and Wolff shipyard occupation reaches five weeks 2019-09-05 [IndustriALL]

School secretaries to rally in Athlone, Donegal and Dublin 2019-09-05 [Fórsa]

Special Report: Man who unlocked secrets of the prison service now feels confined 2019-09-05 []

Civil servants lose flexi leave claim 2019-09-05 []

Northern Ireland Firefighters union in safety warning over job cuts 2019-09-05 [BBC]

Brexit must not be 'new austerity excuse' - Solidarity-PBP 2019-09-05 [RTÉ]

Talks to resolve beef dispute will reconvene on Monday 2019-09-05 [RTÉ]

Body representing soldiers applies for ICTU affiliation 2019-09-03 [RTE]

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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]