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#Labour Court

# labour-court - Wednesday 29 October, 2014

Dunnes Stores a no-show at Labour Court dispute

Workers for the major retailer are seeking more secure hours and earnings.

# labour-court - Thursday 18 September, 2014

Sleepover duty is overtime, Labour Court recommends to care staff

Under the ruling, staff will be paid at least minimum wage for shifts.

# labour-court - Thursday 14 August, 2014

Paschal Donohoe won't get involved in the Irish Rail dispute as All-Ireland day strikes loom

The Transport Minister said he appreciates how difficult it is for workers to vote to cut their own pay.

# labour-court - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

Labour Court rules in unions' favour over Injuries Board outsourcing

Unions said the transfer of work had been made without consultation with unions. The board said it has been outsourcing for years.

# labour-court - Tuesday 22 July, 2014

Union donates €10,000 to Greyhound workers support fund

Unite’s regional secretary said the move shows that the SIPTU workers have the support of the entire trade union movement.

# labour-court - Thursday 17 July, 2014

New law to fix 'stolen wages' of undocumented workers

The amendment passed yesterday addresses a loophole regarding compensation for work or services carried out by undocumented workers.

# labour-court - Tuesday 8 July, 2014

Dunnes Stores workers receive pay boost

Employees receive a wage increase, but disputes about temporary contracts and representation remain an issue

# labour-court - Friday 4 July, 2014

Increased bonuses on the table as union halts quarry strike

A strike at Roadstone plants had been taking place since the middle of last month.

# labour-court - Thursday 12 June, 2014

It's safe to book a flight with Aer Lingus this summer, says union

Impact trade union said if today’s Labour Court recommendation is accepted, there will be “industrial peace”.

# labour-court - Wednesday 11 June, 2014

Aer Lingus cabin crew strikes called off

One of the unions involved in Labour Court talks said today that progress had been made and so the two strike days have been deferred.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Good morning! Here are the nine biggest stories you need to know this morning as you kick off your day.

Aer Lingus and Impact are sitting down this morning to try to sort out all their differences

The two will attend the Labour court in attempt to settle a long-running dispute over rosters.

# labour-court - Thursday 5 June, 2014

National Gallery closed today as staff go on strike

The dispute is based upon leave arrangements and the cutting of some payments to staff.

# labour-court - Tuesday 13 May, 2014

What exactly is collective bargaining? A precise legal definition is on the way

The cabinet have agreed on plans to reform the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2001.

# labour-court - Friday 11 April, 2014

Mulling it over: Labour Court releases its plan to end Irish Rail dispute

Mulling it over: Labour Court releases its plan to end Irish Rail dispute

The proposals set out today include pay cuts and changes to working conditions.

# labour-court - Wednesday 12 February, 2014

Dead rat stench and mice on desks: Woman gets €20k over rodents at work

Amanda Byrne said she had a life-long phobia and was petrified to go to work in case a rat or mouse crossed her path.

# labour-court - Wednesday 15 January, 2014

Labour Court proposals rejected by SIPTU staff at Liebherr plant LRC

Labour Court proposals rejected by SIPTU staff at Liebherr plant

A move aimed at resolving a pay dispute dating back to 2009 was rejected by workers at the plant.

# labour-court - Friday 13 December, 2013

Labour Court to tackle M&S dispute, as threat of further pre-Christmas strike remains

Representatives from Mandate, SIPTU and M&S management will attend today’s hearing, aimed at solving a dispute over changes to the retailer’s pension scheme.

# labour-court - Thursday 12 December, 2013

SIPTU calls on Liebherr to "respect the industrial relations process" in pay dispute

The Labour Court last week awarded a 2.5 per cent pay increase to workers which the company say will be paid when agreement is reached on changes to work practices.

# labour-court - Monday 21 October, 2013

Banking union raises concerns as AIB considers outsourcing of 1,000 jobs

The IBOA says its concerned about the consequences of outsourcing for the economy as a whole, and has described proposals by AIB to outsource some IT operations as “potentially short-sighted”.

# labour-court - Thursday 19 September, 2013

Labour Court ends system of zero-hour contracts for home helps

The binding recommendation means worker will have now contracts of a minimum of seven hours.

# labour-court - Tuesday 17 September, 2013

Industrial action at EBS called off after LRC talks EBS

Industrial action at EBS called off after LRC talks

Management has agreed to set a date for the payment of outstanding sums.

# labour-court - Thursday 12 September, 2013

Strike threat looms for EBS

The Unite trade union has said that a strike notice will be served as early as next week if a resolution is not reached in talks.

# labour-court - Friday 16 August, 2013

Dublin Bus drivers with two unions reject Labour Court proposals

Workers affiliated to SIPTU and NBRU have rejected proposals hammered out at the Labour Court earlier this month.

# labour-court - Thursday 8 August, 2013

New Dublin Bus proposals include pay cuts for management

SIPTU has said it will ballot its members on the new recommendations early next week.

Dublin Bus staff to be balloted after all-night talks

The Labour Court is to make recommendations on cost-cutting measures that saw Dublin Bus staff strike for three days earlier this week.

# labour-court - Wednesday 7 August, 2013

Dublin Bus to run full service as Labour Court talks get underway Row

Dublin Bus to run full service as Labour Court talks get underway

Dublin Bus will operate a full service today following a three-day strike.

# labour-court - Sunday 4 August, 2013

Varadkar: I’m not going to get involved in ‘nitty gritty’ of Dublin Bus negotiations

The Transport Minister has ruled out getting involved directly in talks to end the all-out strike at Dublin Bus.

Kelly: Bus strike is a "bad day for public transport in Ireland"

The Public Transport Minister has asked all sides to come together to try and solve the problems.

# labour-court - Friday 2 August, 2013

Dublin Bus prepares for strike action amid calls for Varadkar to intervene

The company is advising customers to check with their website and Twitter page ahead of possible strike action this Sunday.

# labour-court - Tuesday 23 July, 2013

Workers let go by BCD Travel to picket Kerry Group

SIPTU representatives claim that the company is refusing to make redundancy payments decided by the Labour Court.

# labour-court - Wednesday 3 July, 2013

Strike planned by production workers at Offaly food plant

The workers are looking for an increase in pay rates as well as the reintroduction of overtime rates and a premium rate for shift workers.

# labour-court - Sunday 16 June, 2013

Ireland is saying goodbye to the classic driving test feedback form

The Road Safety Authority has started rolling out tablet computers for examiners, meaning candidates won’t get the usual form back.

# labour-court - Friday 17 May, 2013

Primary teachers votes for strike action if government cuts their pay

The INTO also agreed to accept an invitation to go back to the talks table with the Labour Relations Commission.

# labour-court - Thursday 16 May, 2013

UPDATE: Bus Éireann proposals cut executive pay, restore driver premiums

Additional cash savings of €330,000 are expected to be made from contributions by executives, and directors also face a 20 per cent pay cut.

# labour-court - Tuesday 14 May, 2013

Suspended Bus Éireann strike has already cost company €500,000

A 48-hour break in industrial action is currently underway, following a decision made last night after intervention from the Labour Relations Commission.

# labour-court - Wednesday 8 May, 2013

Bus Éireann warns: bring in pay cuts or we could end up breaking the law

A spokesperson for Bus Éireann said the company’s future is at risk if it can’t bring in major changes to pay and conditions for employees.

# labour-court - Tuesday 30 April, 2013

SIPTU to ballot for strike action as Bus Éireann commits to cost cutting

Bus Éireann has said it plans to implement Labour Court recommendations which will mean some workers at the bus company work longer for less pay.

# labour-court - Tuesday 9 April, 2013

SIPTU expresses anger over ongoing case with Killarney Golf Club

Killarney Golf Club is seeking to make 24 out of 40 staff redundant.

# labour-court - Monday 25 March, 2013

SIPTU members at Tara Mines accept company's proposals

In January this year the company put its entire workforce on protective notice.