# working-hours - Today’s News
# working-hours - Monday 13 April, 2015
The union is preparing a dossier of of incidents of victimisation and intimidation.
# working-hours - Thursday 2 April, 2015
More than half of the company’s employees are on strike over “fair pay” and “a precarious working environment”.
# working-hours - Wednesday 28 January, 2015
One in every five Irish women do not attend a cervical screening when invited.
# working-hours - Wednesday 29 October, 2014
The section that is being deleted allowed public service employers to take steps that would impact on non-core pay and working hours.
# working-hours - Tuesday 12 August, 2014
… It is less than you would think.
# working-hours - Tuesday 24 June, 2014
While Ireland has the eighth highest agreed working hours in the EU, we actually work the sixth fewest number of hours.
# working-hours - Saturday 31 May, 2014
The airline was forced to ground almost all its flights yesterday, at an estimated cost of €10m, over a work schedule dispute.
# working-hours - Monday 24 February, 2014
SIPTU and IMPACT have lodged a complaint with the European Commission.
# working-hours - Friday 15 November, 2013
Junior doctors have voted to accept a proposal to end shifts lasting more than 24 hours.
# working-hours - Tuesday 29 October, 2013
The group wants O’Leary to negotiate a single contract that applies to all pilots flying for the airline.
# working-hours - Thursday 17 October, 2013
Managers will also face sanctions if they do not comply with the new rules.
# working-hours - Tuesday 15 October, 2013
Last week, the IMO said progress had been made in the talks.
# working-hours - Wednesday 9 October, 2013
They will resume the talks on doctors’ hours tomorrow. There is no official news as yet of a breakthrough in talks.
Following this morning’s meeting the IMO has agreed to attend the Labour Relations Commission today at midday.
# working-hours - Friday 27 September, 2013
The 24 hour action was postponed for a week, and then suspending indefinitely. But the IMO is now accusing the HSE of lacking “real engagement”.
# working-hours - Sunday 22 September, 2013
The IMO say they welcome the “belated engagement” of the HSE on the issue of junior doctors’ working hours.
# working-hours - Monday 26 August, 2013
Everyone’s talking about John Kerry’s strong speech on Syria and a shooting that went wrong in Dublin.
# working-hours - Thursday 15 August, 2013
The IMO says it plans to outline “the HSE’s ongoing failure to comply with the European Working Time Directive” when it meets the Commission.
# working-hours - Sunday 2 June, 2013
Instead of uniting against this draconian piece of legislation, the unions are operating under a ‘me fein’ attitude that will help no one, writes Kieran Allen.
# working-hours - Wednesday 13 March, 2013
Croke Park 2 is a serious reversal of rights won by trade unions over decades. If rejected, it will be the union leaders that will come under question, writes Kieran Allen.
# working-hours - Wednesday 20 February, 2013
The Minister for Health says Ireland can only follow EU rules on working hours for doctors if they’re paid less.
# working-hours - Monday 18 February, 2013
The government is seeking additional savings from the public sector, setting it on a collision course with unions. Here’s what it’s all about…
# working-hours - Monday 2 January, 2012
Is your life out of balance? How about moving to one of these countries…
# working-hours - Monday 12 December, 2011
Remember last week’s table of EU average working hours where Ireland fell outside the top 20th? Our productivity ranking is much, much better…
# working-hours - Friday 9 December, 2011
Ireland doesn’t even make the top 20 of longest average working hours from April to June this year – but neither does Germany in a list that blows Merkel’s ‘lazy Greeks’ stereotype out of the water.
# working-hours - Friday 23 September, 2011
With staff at the European Parliament refusing to work for a 40-hour week, we’re wondering how much time readers of TheJournal.ie spend with their noses to the grindstone…
# working-hours - Thursday 12 August, 2010
AER LINGUS has been served formal notice by cabin crew of plans to strike from 25 August.
The cabin crew’s union, IMPACT, has said that staff will refuse to work new rosters that have been set out by management from that date and will instead revert to the scheduling being adhered to up to the end of June.
IMPACT repeated their intention to strike only if disciplinary action is taken against their members for working to their original contracts.
It appears that a dispute will arise after 25 August, however, as Aer Lingus has said that it would continue to phase in productivity measures – including the disputed rosters.
An arbitration process, chaired by Chief Executive of the Labour Relations Commission Kieran Mulvey, is ongoing in the hope of finding a solution to the situation.
IMPACT held a briefing this morning, during which it outlined how staff will affected by the changes proposed by the airline:
Zita Wall, a senior cabin crew member, said that she would no longer be entitled to her 30-minute meal break on a working day that begins at 5am and finishes at 3pm. Wall outlined that she could make two return trips to London on a typical day.
Aer Lingus has said that it taking the notice of industrial action very seriously.