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Sunday 28 May 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Labour Relations Commission

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# Bonus row
That massive row over "at risk" pay at Irish Water is coming to an end
Staff were told last year they not be paid any performance-related pay for 2013 or 2014.
# Labour Relations Commission
Irish Water workers set to keep fighting for bonuses
A spokesperson for SIPTU confirmed on RTÉ today that the workers would be going to the Labour Relations Commission over unpaid bonuses.
# Tenders
Can talks prevent the next bus strike, or is the situation 'out of control'?
Further talks between unions and management are due to be held today.
# back on track
All-Ireland train strikes called off after late-night LRC talks
The strikes were due to cause disruption on 7, 8 and 21 September.
# all summer long
Breakthrough? Greyhound workers will attend LRC tomorrow
Workers voted today to attend the talks.
# Callin' Merrion Street
Enda got 1,000 emails about the Garth Brooks concerts. Here's what some of them said...
“I want to ask you to do something to save this country from a complete shambles.”
Protests called off as bus routes privatisation row heads to the LRC
Siptu and the NBRU were due to take part in protests next week.
# Impact
South Dublin County Council strike called off after LRC talks
Industrial action centred on staff pay cuts at the local authority.
# Talks
LRC to present proposals in South Dublin County Council dispute
Ongoing industrial dispute centres on pay cuts to council staff.
# Pay Cuts
Strike action at South Dublin County Council deferred after LRC intervention
Further industrial action, which resulted in the closure of council offices, was planned for tomorrow.
# Waterford
Bausch & Lomb express 'gratitude' to workers for voting in favour of cost cutting measures
The company said it was always their preference to keep the plant open and promised to invest in the plant.
# public offices
Council workers in South Dublin are working to rule today
Their union say that their pay has been cut unilaterally.
# Done Deal
IBRC staff set for redundancy payments of up to €18,000
New payments plan will cover lower paid former workers at Anglo and Irish Nationwide.
Rabbitte: ESB strike threat "out of all proportion" with staff grievances
The minister said the scheme made “marvellous progress in 2012″ and he hopes common sense will prevail at talks today.
# airport dispute
Former Aer Lingus workers claim discrimination in complaint to Pensions Board
The dispute centres on over 5,000 workers who are no longer employed but are not yet in receipt of their pension.
# Aer Lingus
'Some progress' in talks on closure of Shannon cabin crew base
Discussions between union representatives and Aer Lingus management went on till around midnight last night.
# Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus and IMPACT to meet with LRC over Shannon job losses
The commission said the meeting will centre solely around plans to close a cabin crew base in Shannon and not yesterday’s results of a ballot for industrial action.
# Industrial Relations
Eddie Stobart told to pay €5,000 in compensation to drivers over working hours
The penalty decision was made by the Rights Commissioner with the company now having six weeks to respond.
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”.
# wallis
Wallis management seeks meeting with Mandate over dispute
ICTU granted the all-out picket today in relation to the two Arcadia Group stores.
# Junior Doctors
Taoiseach tells junior docs and HSE: Go back into the LRC and sort this out
Kenny was asked about the junior doctors’ strike by Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams and the independent TD Stephen Donnelly at Leaders’ Questions today.
# doctors strike
Strike action now “inevitable” say junior doctors
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”.
# Junior Doctors
Doctors’ strike called off for a week as IMO considers deal
The 24 hour action planned for next Wednesday has been postponed — but not taken off the table entirely — following developments today.
Strike threat still on the table as doctors and HSE resume talks
Teams from both sides have been assessing rosters to see how shifts can be brought down below 24 hours.
# Junior Doctors
IMO warns “significant progress needed” to avert strike as officials examine doctor rosters
Teams from the junior doctors’ union and the HSE will visit hospitals today to examine rosters. The threat of strike action remains in place for next Wednesday.
# Junior Doctors
Talks to avert doctors' strike to resume on Friday after local 'roster check'
But plans for the 24 hour work stoppage by junior doctors next Wednesday remain in place following talks at the LRC today.
Industrial action at EBS called off after LRC talks
Management has agreed to set a date for the payment of outstanding sums.
# Strike
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.
# Bankers
Union representing IBRC staff to meet with LRC chief Kieran Mulvey next week
The Irish Bank Officials Association says that the meeting is evidence of the legitimacy of IBRC staff’s claims over redundancy packages being cut.
# Dublin City
Widespread disruption likely today as Dublin Bus drivers strike over pay
Tens of thousands will be inconvenienced today in the first all-out strike at the semi-state company in 13 years.
# Off The Buses
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.
# Dublin Bus
Labour Court recommends cuts to overtime and sick leave for Dublin Bus drivers
The court said that there is no proposal to reduce core or basic pay but acknowledged that many of the proposals would “impact significantly” on employees.
# Public Pay
Secondary teachers' unions reject new 'Haddington Road' pay deal
The ASTI and TUI say the ‘Haddington Road’ proposals aren’t sufficiently different from Croke Park 2 to change their minds.
# Haddington Road
SIPTU says workers should accept revised new public pay deal
The country’s biggest trade union says the Haddington Road deal maintains protection against redundancy or a major redeployment.
# Out with the old...
Here's what's contained in the new 'Haddington Road' public pay deal
‘Croke Park’ is dead, long live ‘Haddington Road’.
# Croke Park 2a
INTO says teachers should vote Yes to revised pay deal
The primary teachers’ union says the new proposals are an improvement on the rejected Croke Park 2 deal.
# Croke Park II
Doctors and teachers reveal details of revised Croke Park 2 plans
The IMO and INTO have both published details of the sector-specific deals tabled at the Labour Relations Commission.
# public sector deal
Howlin: 'Public servants have given a huge amount but this is the last ask'
The minister said he was glad the structure was there for a new deal but was “not taking anything for granted in relation to the ballot”.
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.
# Bus Eireann
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.