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Tuesday 30 May 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Industrial Action

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# Contingency Plan
999 workers vote in favour of industrial action in row over pay and 'length of toilet breaks'
The company charged with running 999 call centres, Conduit Global, says it has improved working conditions for staff.
# striiiiike
Lecturers at the country's institutes of technology are going on strike
The strike day will take place next month.
# Overcrowding
Thursday's strike action by nurses has been called off
Nurses in emergency departments will now be balloted on revised proposals.
# Industrial Action
Hospital staff to vote on strike action over car parking charges
Siptu is to ballot its members at St James’s Hospital over new staff parking fees.
Nurses strike called off as last-minute talks lead to new staffing proposals
INMO members will be balloted on a new set of proposals.
# 45 trolleys
Overcrowding crisis: 'Extremely concerned' nurses say the Mater should go off-call
45 patients were waiting on trolleys in the A&E this morning, according to the nursing union the INMO.
# pulling the plug
Another Irish Water row: Workers may go on strike over job cuts
Workers are concerned about the planned reduction of frontline staff numbers.
# Strike
Teachers to be balloted for industrial action over pay, working conditions
The TUI said fresh pay restoration legislation ignores its members’ rejection of the Lansdowne Road Agreement.
# Business As Usual
People had very mixed feelings about the rail strike being called off
Trains ran as normal – just with fewer people on them…
# Midnight oil
Talks back on with less than 48 hours to stop the rail strike
Planning a journey this Friday?
# Pay dispute
Another train strike on the cards as Irish Rail unions vote for industrial action
The two unions will meet on Thursday to decide what form the action will take.
# Gorey
"A high-stakes game of poker" - Dunnes Stores in Gorey will re-open tomorrow...
The store had shut suddenly in recent days over a dispute between the retailer and the shopping centre in which the store is based.
# Picket
The Dunnes Stores strike hasn't stopped people shopping there
Sales have dipped recently, but they dipped more last year.
# no trains go
Germany has no cash and no trains
Industrial action is causing headaches for the German public.
# Industrial Action
Dunnes Stores workers vote for a national protest march in June
This will be preceded by a series of local protests and actions yet to be announced.
# refusing to work
Psychiatric nurses return to work after unit made safe
Ten psychiatric nurses at Galway University Hospital refused to work this morning.
# dismissals
Dunnes staff will "escalate" their campaign
The union is preparing a dossier of of incidents of victimisation and intimidation.
# Allegations
Mandate compiling dossier of "incidents of victimisation and intimidation" at Dunnes Stores
The disputes committee of the trade union will meet again tomorrow.
# Holy Thursday
As its workers strike over unfair treatment, Dunnes responds with 1-day only online offer
More than half of the company’s employees are on strike over “fair pay” and “a precarious working environment”.
# Strike
'Irish prisons run smoothly on the goodwill of staff - that will end'
Voluntary duties are to be withdrawn from prison officers under industrial action voted on yesterday.
# Dispute
Dublin firefighters still considering strike action over ambulance changes
Members of Dublin City Council met with trade union representatives today.
# it's happening
Staff at Dunnes Stores set to strike over work and pay conditions
Two thirds of Mandate Trade Union workers voted in favour of the industrial action.
# Dispute
Iarnród Éireann says there's 'no basis' for possible train driver strike
The NBRU said it will move to ballot train drivers for industrial action.
# Northern Ireland
Up to 6,500 homes left without water
Workers with NI Water are currently involved in a dispute over pensions.
# Down tools
Thousands of Dunnes staff are only one step away from mass strikes
Their union says workers are being denied a basic standard of living.
# Industrial Action
Nurses at Naas General Hospital announce plans to go on work-to-rule
The industrial action will start on Wednesday, February 4.
# Overcrowding
Nurses at Galway University Hospital are going on a work-to-rule
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar said significant progress had been made in tackling the country’s overcrowding issues.
# Emergency
Nurses at Beaumont Hospital are going on a work-to-rule
Yesterday there were 563 people on trolley beds in Ireland.
# Kilkenny
Man (48) dies in industrial accident in quarry
It was the first workplace accident of 2015.
# School's Out
Secondary school teachers are going on strike for a second day
Teachers will hold their second strike on Thursday 22 January.
# no light ahead
No resolution in sight for striking teachers
The action today has seen 27,000 of the country’s teachers taking industrial action.
# Christmas
Union insists no plans for Christmas strike as Aer Lingus cabin crew vote on action
Impact has issued a new ballot on industrial action following legal advice.
# Work to Rule
'Turmoil' in jails as prison officers launch industrial action
“Not every other employee has the misfortune of having to work with junkies puking and shitting around the place”.
"Last resort": Teachers could strike over Junior Cert reforms
The Department of Education said that talks are ongoing between the Minister and teachers.
Greyhound heads to the High Court after SIPTU workers reject proposals
# 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.
# Work Stoppage
'Insanity' - Irish Rail strike to hit 90,000 commuters and All-Ireland fans
Irish Rail says the two days of action planned this weekend will cost the company €2 million. Unions say they’ve been left with no other option.
# Industrial Action
Iarnród Éireann boss is set to return from Mauritius holiday ahead of strike action
Chief executive David Franks is set to jet home from his holiday in Mauritius
# productivity
Industrial disputes have cost 8,324 working days so far this year
That’s more than double the number for the same period last year.
# strrrrrrrrrrrrrike
Strike to hit Irish Rail next month as Siptu ballots for one-day stoppage
The action will take place on August 25, subject to pay cuts being implemented.