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#Labour Court

# labour-court - Sunday 14 October, 2018

Dublin Port's move to introduce random drug testing for veteran staff slapped down

Testing of new staff was rolled out in 2013 without union agreement.

# labour-court - Thursday 11 October, 2018

Dublin Port's move to introduce random drug testing for veteran staff has been slapped down

Testing of new staff was rolled out in 2013 without union agreement.

# labour-court - Thursday 4 October, 2018

SNAs at Dublin school to get €650 gift vouchers to carry out toileting duties for special needs pupils

The Labour Court made the recommendation as a measure to halt the dispute between SNAs and Scoil Muchua.

Sennheiser has been told to offer better redundancy payouts to staff being axed in Offaly

The electronics manufacturer is culling 65 jobs at its Tullamore facility.

# labour-court - Saturday 29 September, 2018

Coca-Cola has been told to pay 'winding down' fees to sacked Kildare workers

The soft drinks giant is closing its Athy factory and moving production to Mayo.

# labour-court - Thursday 30 August, 2018

Luas drivers could take industrial action because new routes are messing with their lunch

Trade union Siptu has taken operator Transdev to the Labour Court over the ‘cooler bag’ dispute.

# labour-court - Sunday 5 August, 2018

Boss who told woman being sick was 'no problem' and fired her a week later ordered to pay her €10,000

The company in question did not appear at the Labour Court hearing regarding the woman’s complaint.

# labour-court - Saturday 14 July, 2018

A beauty therapist sacked for friending clients on Facebook has been awarded €10,000

The worker at the clinic in Howth was also accused of taking company property without permission.

# labour-court - Monday 2 July, 2018

After a long running dispute, 999 operators have secured a pay increase

The Labour Court recommended the workers be paid €11.50 an hour immediately, and €12.50 an hour by June.

# labour-court - Thursday 26 April, 2018

Bakery says it dismissed worker for making chewing gum 'stick man'

The worker claimed in the Labour Court that this wasn’t the real reason for his dismissal.

# labour-court - Sunday 22 April, 2018

€32,000 payout to injured Tesco security guard, who was denied chair to sit on at work, overturned

The payout was overturned as the man, who had claimed victimisation at work due to not being given a chair to sit on after knee surgery, was employed by another company, not by Tesco itself.

Services giant Noonan brands 32c pay hike for workers 'out of kilter'

The multimillion-euro company brought five employees before the Labour Court.

# labour-court - Thursday 19 April, 2018

Woman who was unfairly dismissed after suffering miscarriage awarded €17k

The company argued that it had not unfairly dismissed the woman as it was unaware at the time of dismissal of her pregnancy.

# labour-court - Thursday 5 April, 2018

Hotel security guard sacked after showing guest her own 'sex tape' awarded €6,000 for unfair dismissal

The Labour Court has found that the decision by CityWest to dismiss Nicholas Reddin was unfair.

# labour-court - Monday 5 March, 2018

Former airport search officer awarded over €9k after being sacked for 'supporting medicinal cannabis'

The man claimed he was fired for his political beliefs but failed to get reinstated to his position.

# labour-court - Friday 26 January, 2018

A worker sacked after making a discrimination claim has been awarded €25,000

Katarzyna Woznickzka worked for Couverture, a Dublin desserts company.

# labour-court - Wednesday 10 January, 2018

Irish Rail drivers reject Labour Court pay recommendation

83% of Irish Rail’s Siptu members rejected the recommendation put forward by the Labour Court.

# labour-court - Friday 5 January, 2018

Airport worker awarded €50,000 after being sacked for refusing to drive uninsured vehicle

The man refused to drive a company vehicle that didn’t have tax, insurance or NCT discs.

Shop which told pregnant employee to 'look better and appear happy' ordered to pay her €18,000

The Labour Court ruled that Karolina Poslajko had been discriminated against by her former employer, Kildare town-based Clelands Supermarkets Ltd.

# labour-court - Friday 8 December, 2017

Irish Rail staff accept Labour Court pay deal recommendation

Irish Rail staff last month held a series of strikes in protest of their pay levels.

# labour-court - Wednesday 29 November, 2017

Sacked Aer Lingus worker blamed drinking the night before for showing up over the company limit at 4.20pm

The Labour Court has upheld the decision to sack the worker.

# labour-court - Thursday 16 November, 2017

A Mayo medical supplies firm has to pay €25,000 to a worker who 'went from hero to zero'

The ex-employee told the Labour Court she was effectively demoted from her role as a retail supervisor.

# labour-court - Sunday 12 November, 2017

The world's biggest security firm is refusing to improve redundancy payouts for Irish staff

G4S cut workers after moving some operations from Dublin to Belfast.

# labour-court - Friday 10 November, 2017

Pregnant woman sacked by Wrights of Howth restaurant receives €15k compensation

Dorota Murat was fired five weeks after informing bosses she was pregnant.

# labour-court - Wednesday 8 November, 2017

Irish Rail staff will go to Labour Court, but say don't expect a resolution

The NBRU General Secretary accused the government of a “blueshirt bias”.

# labour-court - Tuesday 7 November, 2017

Lack of public support for Irish Rail workers as unions say Christmas strike 'possible'

They’re also not happy with Transport Minister Shane Ross’ lack of intervention in the dispute.

# labour-court - Thursday 17 August, 2017

DIY store Woodie's has to fork out €15,000 to a worker sacked over a missing €50 note

The Labour Court said the retailer didn’t carry out a proper investigation.

# labour-court - Friday 11 August, 2017

Delivery giant DHL must pay over €70,000 to an accident-prone driver it sacked

The court said his dismissal was “disproportionate and unwarranted”.

# labour-court - Thursday 27 July, 2017

Johnstown Garden Centre has been told to pay €4,000 over a worker's 'Nazi chant' claims

An ex-staffer told the Labour Court she was subjected to racially motivated abuse on the job.

# labour-court - Sunday 23 July, 2017

Shannon security staff are due pay rises for the airport's 'unique' situation

Workers at the airport, which routinely hosts US military flights, need to fulfil stringent criteria.

# labour-court - Monday 22 May, 2017

Leo Varadkar defends his proposed ban on 'essential' public workers' strike

Leo was forced to defend some of his big manifesto promises today.

Dublin Bus ordered to compensate driver over 'systematic' rostering breach

A Labour Court ruling has highlighted the company’s failure to tell drivers of their specific start and finish times at least 24 hours in advance.

# labour-court - Friday 12 May, 2017

Bus Éireann staff vote to accept Labour Court recommendations

Siptu and Unite staff have voted to accept the recommendations.

# labour-court - Monday 6 February, 2017

Another pay dispute in the Labour Court - this time it's Irish Rail

Iarnród Éireann, or Irish Rail, want efficiency improvements before they implement the pay deal. Workers say that’s not what was agreed.

# labour-court - Wednesday 14 December, 2016

Fitzgerald must find €25m from her department for Garda pay deal

The other €25 million is to come from other departments under a process of “burden-sharing”.

# labour-court - Tuesday 13 December, 2016

PTSB employees vote overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action

Unite trade union members at the bank have rejected a Labour Court pay recommendation.

# labour-court - Tuesday 6 December, 2016

Unions 'dismayed and angry' about Bus Éireann's approach to pay talks

Earlier, Transport Minister Shane Ross said the company’s financial situation is “fairly bleak”.

# labour-court - Saturday 12 November, 2016

Opinion: How can the government prevent further strikes?

The next few months look bleak for industrial relations in the public sector, writes Dr Michelle O’Sullivan.

# labour-court - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

GRA general secretary survives no confidence vote as AGSI calls for members to accept pay deal

The news comes after the GRA general secretary survived a motion of no confidence.

'I don't want to see that happen': Risk of row backs on garda resources without Lansdowne, says minister

Minister Paschal Donohoe is holding the line that the Lansdowne Road Agreement is the only show in town.

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