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# Labour Court

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
No decision after meeting by IALPA on 17.75% pay rise after Aer Lingus backs Labour Court
Aer Lingus accepts Labour Court 17.75% pay increase recommendation for pilots, IALPA to consider
This month
July 2024
Aer Lingus cancels a further 80 flights next week
Aer Lingus cancels 76 additional flights next week ahead of Labour Court meeting with IALPA
Both sides will make presentations at today’s hearing, after which the court will issue a recommendation.
Mediation in Aer Lingus dispute runs late in bid to avoid more cancelled flights
Aer Lingus pilots who are IALPA members took part in all-out strike action on Saturday.
Last month
June 2024
IALPA to begin talks with Aer Lingus tomorrow as industrial action by pilots underway
Members of IALPA began an indefinite work-to-rule at midnight, with an all-out strike planned for Saturday.
Aer Lingus and IALPA attended separate meetings with the Labour Court yesterday in a bid to resolve the dispute.
The Court said it would not be intervening at this time and would review the matter in July.
Labour Court to review Aer Lingus pay dispute in July as industrial action to begin tomorrow
It comes after the airline cancelled a further 50 flights today due to the ongoing pay row.
All-out strike action is also planned for a period on Saturday.
Taoiseach Simon Harris has 'challenged' both parties to engage rather than 'put people through chaos'.
Last year
Convicted dog pound operator succeeds in having €18,000 payout to 'whistleblower' warden overturned
Businessman Peter Casey was 'almost violent' during sacking at his recruitment firm, court told
Retained firefighters to resume strike action after rejecting Labour Court recommendations
SIPTU expected to reject Labour Court recommendations over retained firefighters dispute
Tomorrow's planned strike for retained firefighters called off after Labour Court talks
Retained firefighters have suspended their industrial action to allow for Labour Court talks
Nurse loses unfair dismissal case after she was fired for forging signature to get medication
Two days of planned work stoppages by Go Ahead Ireland bus staff have been suspended
Labour Court finds age limit of 35 for new Garda job applicants is 'discriminatory'
All time
Underpaid and overworked: The serious allegations by migrant fishers to the WRC
Medical scientists to suspend strike action next week and will return to WRC for talks
Creche which featured in Prime Time exposé appeals order to pay €12,800 to whistleblower
Taoiseach informed that Debenhams workers rejected Labour Court proposal by 91%
Striking Debenhams workers 'shocked' at recommendation for €3m training fund
SIPTU calls on cleaning companies to honour 'agreed' 40 cent per hour pay increase
'We've been waiting for 12 years': Hundreds of Community Employment supervisors strike over pension rights
Dublin City Council workers miss average of 10 to 12 days a year through absenteeism
Care workers secure win after Labour Court recommends they can wear football jerseys to work
Labour Court recommends pay increase of 2.25% for 5,000 workers at Penneys
College lecturer who was told how male students 'would do her' awarded €10k for sexual harassment
Ali Selim awarded €7.5k as Labour Court rules he was unfairly dismissed by Trinity College Dublin
Teachers at DCU English school say offer of 50c pay increase is 'a slap in the face'
State of Kuwait to appeal Labour Court ruling quashing its immunity from Irish employment law
Psychiatric nurses suspend indefinite overtime ban due to begin this evening
Mayo retailer to pay €20,000 to woman who was unfairly dismissed in dispute over 12 ham slices
Nurses and midwives vote to accept deal to end industrial dispute
'No longer anything to fear': INMO calls on members to accept proposals to resolve pay strike
Talks between INMO and government to return to Labour Court as union rejects new nurses' deal
Hundreds of employment scheme supervisors to strike over 11-year-old claim for pension rights
European Court rules that two-tier teacher pay scale isn't age discrimination
INMO recommends members accept Labour Court recommendations
'There are always consequences': Minister responds to claim teachers may seek pay rise following recommendation on nurses
Nursing pay deal set to cost €10-€15 million this year and €30-€35 million in 2020