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# Workplace Relations

Last month
June 2024
Changing mindsets: 'To my shame, I suggested his wife collect his child from crèche'
Michelle O’Keeffe
This year
Opinion: No one should have to choose between career and family
Tracy Gunn
Opinion: A change is coming — young people now want to unionise
Maeve Richardson
Last year
Garda who suffered serious eye injury wins €65k after WRC finds force discriminated against him
Menopause and the workplace: 'It's just as important as the mental health of employees'
Loretta Dignam & Eimear Scully
Report claims DOD operated 'secret laws' to halt military law officer rep body status
Lawyer: 'The justifications for many redundancies in Ireland are getting thinner and thinner'
Ciarán Ahern
Sacking of TCD worker from €120k job after sexual assault case ‘not unfair’, says WRC
Opinion: Menopause is a workplace issue - it must be addressed as such by employers
Katie Ridge
All time
Irish trade unions voice concern over Amazon worker surveillance and alleged union-busting
Major retailer ordered to pay €15,000 to manager unfairly dismissed for hugging staff
Revenue worker who was fired after being caught 'red handed' selling contraband cigarettes loses appeal against dismissal
Fast food worker awarded €2k after boss 'walked around shop with raw sausage hanging from trousers'
Woman awarded €2k in discrimination case after shop worker told her 'you are only a lesbian'
Deli worker who told bosses they'd stocked 'cake infested with worms' loses WRC claim
Worker accused of complaining about UK bosses in 'strong nationalist undertones' fails in unfair dismissal case
A retail worker got a €2,500 payout after claims he was subjected to a 'beard vendetta'
A bartender won compensation after being asked to form a 'human barrier' at a concert
Being rude and mean to a co-worker can have very negative effects on their children
KBC labelled 'sloppy' for hiring worker with prior conviction
Employee awarded €8,000 after colleague linked homosexuality to child abuse
Inside the battle over unpaid wages at the collapsed Irish YouTube channel Facts
HR manager at cemetery awarded €47,500 in compensation for unfair dismissal
New 'improved' rosters for Bus Éireann drivers in Navan from Sunday - NBRU
Dublin bakery's refusal to make anti-gay marriage cake 'was not discrimination'
Cork barber fined €2,000 for refusing to cut the hair of teenager with cerebral palsy
Beauty therapist told pregnancy 'was her own problem' before being dismissed
National Museum 'working hard to fix prolonged, systemic bullying of staff'
€1.5 million in unpaid wages handed back to workers who challenged employers
Woman who was sacked when six months pregnant to receive €30,000
Getting there? Mid-ranking gardaí to join with GRA and Government in using state negotiators
Hair salon to pay former worker €10,000 for dismissing her while pregnant
Labour wants 'robust data' on zero-hour contracts before doing anything about them
Jobs Minister begins overhaul of industrial relations system