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Sectoral Employment Orders: Unite welcomes Supreme Court decision upholding constitutionality of SEOs [Unite] 2021-06-18

Businesses ‘caught in the middle’ of staff with opposing views on Covid-19 vaccines [Irish Times] 2021-06-16

Heated Seanad exchanges follow collapse of Stobart Air [Irish Times] 2021-06-15

New legislation will expand sick pay and sick leave rights to workers [Irish Times] 2021-06-09

Statutory sick pay scheme to be in place by next year, says Tánaiste [Irish Times] 2021-06-04

Hovis on way back to shelves as pay deal agreed [Irish News] 2021-05-24

406 days of Debenhams sit in: We did it all for workers rights [Extra] 2021-05-23

Former Debenhams employees accept settlement offer [RTÉ] 2021-05-21

Shannon closure and Cork lay-offs condemned [Fórsa] 2021-05-19

Unions resist Sláintecare agenda, citing failure to consult [Irish Times] 2021-05-14

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Sectoral Employment Orders: Unite welcomes Supreme Court decision upholding constitutionality of SEOs 2021-06-18 [Unite]

Northern Ireland Former trade union chief calls for working from home law 2021-06-18 [Belfast Telegraph]

Breakthrough in Irish Water talks 2021-06-18 [Fórsa]

INMO calls for emergency meeting with HSE over ‘hazardous’ hospital conditions 2021-06-18 [Irish Times]

Nearly 60% of employers want right to ask if staff have received Covid vaccine, survey says 2021-06-18 [Irish Times]

Pride – a movement for the workers, by the workers 2021-06-17 [Forsa]

Businesses ‘caught in the middle’ of staff with opposing views on Covid-19 vaccines 2021-06-16 [Irish Times]

Claims PUP to blame for employers struggling to find workers rejected 2021-06-16 [Belfast Telegraph]

Northern Ireland Compulsory vaccine for care home staff 'not necessary' 2021-06-16 [BBC]

Heated Seanad exchanges follow collapse of Stobart Air 2021-06-15 [Irish Times]

Doctors displeased with some 'alarming' terms in draft Sláintecare consultant contract 2021-06-15 [The Journal]

Supreme Court to rule on constitutionality of minimum pay finding in building sector 2021-06-15 [Irish Examiner]

SIPTU calls for 100% compensation for mica homeowners in advance of protest 2021-06-15 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Covid-19: job market improves as lockdown eases 2021-06-15 [BBC]

Changes to work-permit system announced by Government 2021-06-15 [Irish Times]

Non-disclosure agreements: ‘People are actually terrified to speak out against them’ 2021-06-15 [Irish Times]

SIPTU members in FAI publish plan for development of soccer 2021-06-11 [SIPTU]

Northern Ireland Ambulance staff were sexually assaulted and attacked with weapons in the last year 2021-06-09 [Belfast Telegraph]

Clare’s Sinn Fein TD apologises for comments on St Joseph’s that may have caused offence to staff 2021-06-09 [Clare FM]

HSE managers told to risk-assess staff who are not vaccinated 2021-06-09 [Irish Times]

New legislation will expand sick pay and sick leave rights to workers 2021-06-09 [Irish Times]

Taoiseach suggests some workers could return to the office in August 2021-06-09 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Irish takes its place amongst 'the fraternal languages of the worker' in NIPSA vote 2021-06-07 [Irish News]

NI trade union protests repression in Hong Kong and China 2021-06-07 [chinaworker.info]

Protest planned at print plant in Kells over new owner's lack of assurances on workers' agreements 2021-06-07 [LMFM]

SIPTU welcomes ECJ ruling against temporary recruitment agencies 2021-06-04 [SIPTU]

Aer Lingus proposes cuts to staff pay and conditions 2021-06-04 [RTÉ]

Fórsa engaging with cabin crew members and Aer Lingus management on proposed cost restructuring 2021-06-04 [Fórsa]

Primary schools face oversupply of 13,000 teachers by end of decade 2021-06-04 [Irish Times]

Garda bodies seek talks over drug testing plan as staff union rejects proposal 2021-06-04 [Irish Times]

Statutory sick pay scheme to be in place by next year, says Tánaiste 2021-06-04 [Irish Times]

Staff ‘bewildered’ by sudden closure of Dublin mental health facility 2021-06-04 [Irish Times]

Whistleblowers have suffered ‘serious damage’ due to actions by parts of State, TD says 2021-05-28 [Irish Times]

Aer Lingus ‘must assure Cork staff jobs are safe’ in November 2021-05-28 [Southern Star]

SIPTU welcomes Dáil vote against annexation of Palestinian lands 2021-05-28 [SIPTU]

Civil servants fearful remote working could lead to ‘creeping self-employment’ 2021-05-28 [Irish Times]

INMO seeking meeting with HSE over AstraZeneca vaccine 2021-05-28 [RTÉ]

Ireland first EU state to declare Israeli settlements 'annexation' 2021-05-27 [Irish Examiner]

Northern Ireland Hovis bakery workers end Belfast strike after 11 days following new pay deal say Unite 2021-05-24 [Belfast Telegraph]

Hovis on way back to shelves as pay deal agreed 2021-05-24 [Irish News]

406 days of Debenhams sit in: We did it all for workers rights 2021-05-23 [Extra]

Former Debenhams employees accept settlement offer 2021-05-21 [RTÉ]

Northern Ireland Bread strike: Hovis says workers have rejected two fresh pay offers 2021-05-21 [Belfast News Letter]

Palestinians face 'persecution and denial of human rights in apartheid state'-Congress 2021-05-19 [Irish Congress of Trade Unions]

Previous criminal convictions should not automatically exclude people from job opportunities, TDs and senators to hear 2021-05-19 [Irish Independent]

Former Debenhams workers stage sit-down protest in Limerick 2021-05-19 [BreakingNews.ie]

Northern Ireland Hovis pay talks end 'without success' paving way for more bread shortages 2021-05-19 [Belfast Today]

Businesses forcing workers to take unpaid leave for vaccine appointments 2021-05-19 [Newstalk]

Up to 130 Aer Lingus jobs to go as airline closes Shannon base 2021-05-19 [Irish Times]

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