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#LRC

# lrc - Friday 9 March, 2012

Talks to begin with Vita Cortex workers

The protesting workers are headed for the Labour Relations Commission next week – but they said management will not be attending.

# lrc - 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.

# lrc - Friday 26 August, 2011

Take 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# lrc - Monday 6 June, 2011

Aer Lingus talks conclude at Labour Relations Commission

After industrial action scheduled to begin tomorrow was shelved, the two sides have reached an agreement on issues concerning pilots at Aer Lingus hubs in Galway and Belfast.

Passengers breathe a sigh of relief as Aer Lingus pilots call off industrial action

Agreements reached over rostering means that flights will operate as normal tomorrow. Talks at the Labour Relations Commission went on all night.

Talks between Aer Lingus and pilots continue through the night

Negotiations have failed to find a resolution to the dispute over rosters. Pilots are threatening to begin industrial action tomorrow.

# lrc - Friday 3 June, 2011

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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’.

# lrc - Thursday 2 June, 2011

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Consumers warned to wash their salads as ecoli outbreak spreads; Britain prepares for a heatwave as Ireland gets its woollies out; and why one Booker prize winner believes he’s better than any woman writer.

# lrc - Monday 18 April, 2011

Take 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# lrc - Wednesday 2 February, 2011

More flights cancelled as Aer Lingus dispute talks continue

Talks at the LRC set to resume today in bid to end dispute over new rosters which is now in its third week.

# lrc - Monday 16 August, 2010

ELECTRICIAN’S at St James’ Hospital in Dublin are staking a one-day strike today.

The dispute centres around management’s attempts to transfer the responsibility to reset fire alarms at the hospital from electricians to employees of a private security firm.

The hospital says it would save money by doing so, as electricians are currently paid for four to eight hours to simply reset an alarm.

Management at the hospital said “‘Security personnel have traditionally been part of the hospital fire response team and are now engaged in the resetting of fire alarms for which they have been appropriately trained to the satisfaction of experts on fire services management.”

Talks between management and the Union, the TEEU broke down last week. The TEEU have already had two half day stoppages.

# lrc - Wednesday 11 August, 2010

ELECTRICAL WORKER’S UNION the TEEU are planning a picket of St James’s Hostpial on Monday. Management at the hospital are however appealing ot the union to delay the planned action.

After talks at the Labour Relations Commission broke down yesterday, the hospital said it would like to pursue discussions directly with the union.

The dispute centres around management’s attempts to transfer the responsibility to reset fire alarms at the hospital from electricians to employees of a private security firm. The hospital says it would save money by doing so, as electricians are currently paid for four to eight hours to simply reset an alarm.

Electricians have already held two four-hour stoppages in recent days, though emergency cover was provided.

The TEEU was also responsible for the recent Otis lifts strike.