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#Industrial Dispute

# industrial-dispute - Monday 13 May, 2013

Bus Éireann strike: LRC invites company and workers to talks

Bus Eireann has said it will attend the talks, which have been welcomed by the government – but no word yet from workers.

Here are the only Bus Éireann services which are operating right now

The company has released a short list of services which continue to operate.

# industrial-dispute - Sunday 12 May, 2013

Strike: Bus Éireann workers walk out as passenger services affected

Services are likely to be affected all day as a result of the strike action which has arisen out of cost-cutting measures at the transport operator.

# industrial-dispute - Thursday 18 April, 2013

Nurses warn of industrial action if government legislates for pay cuts

The Psychiatric Nurses Association has called on other public sector unions to threaten a ballot on industrial action if the government legislates to cut pay.

# industrial-dispute - Thursday 10 January, 2013

Bus Éireann, unions to appear before Labour Relations Commission tomorrow

Attempts will be made to avoid possible strike action in the coming days which would disrupt commuters across the country.

# industrial-dispute - Wednesday 26 September, 2012

Minister to airport workers: Don't go on strike. Union: We're going on strike

Leo Varadkar has urged all stakeholders to resolve their dispute over pensions in order to avoid planned industrial action by Aer Lingus and DAA employees on Monday.

# industrial-dispute - Tuesday 25 September, 2012

DAA to seek High Court injunction to prevent strike action

SIPTU has served notice of its intention to hold strike action next week which could affect passengers at Dublin, Cork, and Shannon airports.

# industrial-dispute - Monday 20 August, 2012

South Africa's Lonmin mine reopens after strike deaths

Mining company threatened to fire anyone who doesn’t show up for work tomorrow morning after wildcat strike led to 44 deaths.

# industrial-dispute - Friday 17 August, 2012

South African police claim self-defence after 34 shot dead during mining protest

Police chief says live rounds were used after negotiations and crowd control measures failed.

# industrial-dispute - Wednesday 15 August, 2012

Industrial disputes in last 3 months total nearly 30 years in workdays

Latest figures from the CSO show 7,754 workdays were lost from April to June this year.

# industrial-dispute - Friday 13 July, 2012

Michael D Higgins to host Vita Cortex workers in the Áras

The President is also set to meet with the mayor of Poznan next week.

# industrial-dispute - Sunday 19 February, 2012

Stobart questions SIPTU organised strike action and plans to ballot staff

The transport company, one of Tesco’s main distributors, will carry out its own ballot of staff who it says have expressed concern and confusion about planned strike action on Thursday.

# industrial-dispute - Saturday 4 February, 2012

French airline workers to strike for four days

Air France says it is not sure yet how much disruption the strike will cause when it starts on Monday.

# industrial-dispute - Wednesday 23 November, 2011

More firefighters suspended in Roscommon over training dispute

Roscommon is now without over 40 per cent of its firefighters raising concerns over the health and safety of those who remain and people in the county.

# industrial-dispute - Monday 21 November, 2011

Firefighters suspended as Roscommon requests Defence Forces assistance

Roscommon’s fire service has requested assistance from the Defence Forces for later this week as a precautionary measure.

# industrial-dispute - Friday 26 August, 2011

Take 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# industrial-dispute - Friday 3 June, 2011

The Daily Fix: Friday Daily Fix This post contains images

The Daily Fix: Friday

In today’s Fix: Mladic reacts to “monstrous” charges; Aer Lingus talks continue; new MRSA superbug in Dublin hospitals; and MI6 pull off ‘Operation Cupcake’.

Talks ongoing at LRC between pilots' association and Aer Lingus ahead of possible strike

Talks have resumed this afternoon as the airline looks to avoid strike action that could cause massive disruption next week.

# industrial-dispute - Wednesday 1 June, 2011

Aer Lingus to attend talks aimed at averting new strikes

Talks at the Labour Relations Commission will try to avoid a rostering dispute that could see flights cancelled next week.

# industrial-dispute - Wednesday 11 August, 2010

IMPACT HAVE VOTED 96% to 4% for industrial action at Aer Lingus after a turn out of over 65%.

Impact cabin crew have been balloting over the last few weeks on what they call a railroading through of new rosters an increase of the crew’s working time to 850 hours a year.

Aer Lingus management say this is untrue and that they are simply carrying out €97 million cost-cutting plan called Greenfield.

Speaking to RTE Impact said that any proposed industrial action will not affect passengers.

Impact say that no flight will be affected by the action and that passengers will not know industrial action is under way. The union say they will be working to their normal contracts and that action will only escalate if management discipline their workers for doing so.

Christoph Mueller had previously threatened to make them all cabin crew who did not vote for Greenfield redundant. A move that led to cabin crews acceptance of the agreement in March.