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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Industrial Dispute

This year
Garda group criticises Commissioner Drew Harris for official roster 'dispute' declaration
In a statement the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors spoke of their ‘disappointment’ that Drew Harris has not agreed to fresh talks.
Last year
UK strikes in air travel and Royal Mail could impact Irish Christmas plans
A report by
Lauren Boland
Strikes are planned in the UK this month by rail workers, passport control officers, and in Royal Mail.
All time
Several Irish flights affected after British Airways cancels UK services over pilot pay dispute
The carrier is currently locked in a pay dispute with its 4,300 pilots.
Support staff strike: HSE says situation at hospitals 'challenging' as further talks planned
The issue centres on a dispute over pay increases.
Nurses and midwives vote to accept deal to end industrial dispute
Members of the INMO voted 62% in favour of accepting the proposals.
'A major national emergency': Government called to resolve nurses' strike as 50,000 patients affected this week
Nurses across the country will be out on the picket lines outside hospitals and clinics today for the second day of strike action.
FF says Leo isn't RTE's Ingrid Miley and shouldn't act as a 'commentator' on the nurses' strike
Fianna Fáil’s deputy leader Dara Calleary said there “is no sense of leadership” from the Taoiseach.
Union says agreement reached between Ryanair and pilots
It came after a 22-hour negotiating session that concluded this morning, Fórsa said.
Pickets to be placed at 34 branches of Lloyds Pharmacy tomorrow
Over 200 pharmacy workers will hold a two-hour picket between 10am and midday.
Ryanair pilots suspend strike planned for Wednesday
The company will now meet union representatives tomorrow night.
Bus Éireann staff vote to accept Labour Court recommendations
Siptu and Unite staff have voted to accept the recommendations.
FactCheck: Is secondary picketing actually illegal?
We test a claim that spread widely after last Friday’s actions by some Bus Éireann workers.
Bus Éireann strikes show 'contempt' for the public: Businesses hit out at dispute
Commuters have faced chaos as Irish Rail and Dublin Bus services have been cancelled.
Irish Rail and Dublin Bus could face delays as Bus Éireann strike comes to Leinster House
It has not yet been confirmed if rail and Dublin bus workers will attend today’s protest.
Bus Éireann strike day 4: Irish Rail services running fully as unions call for minister to intervene
The rail service said all trains are running normally this morning.
Bus Éireann strike latest: Heavy traffic reported on many routes this afternoon
The all-out strike is now in its second day.
Tesco strike SUSPENDED as both sides agree to meet
Both sides have agreed to meet at the Labour Court.
Unions accuse Bus Éireann of 'seeking to collapse talks' around averting strike
A strike action scheduled for today was cancelled after a breakthrough at the WRC last Wednesday.
'We'll be here as long as it takes': Striking Tesco workers say they're in it for the long haul
Strike action began today at eight stores and unions say more will follow.
Union bosses meet with TDs as Bus Éireann industrial action remains on the cards
Bus Éireann has warned of 2,600 job losses
Poll: Did this year's industrial dispute make you lose confidence in gardaí?
Politicians and the Garda Commissioner said the action would change things – we want to know what you think.
'Regular violent assaults' lead staff to strike at Oberstown youth detention facility
IMPACT trade union claimed staff at the facility were not given proper protective gear when dealing with violent detainees.
An overwhelming number of people don't support the striking Luas workers
A new poll finds strong opposition to the industrial action by Luas workers over pay.
THOUSANDS of protesters descend on Dunnes Stores HQ
Dublin’s city centre came to a standstill as the Mandate-organised protest march thronged the streets.
Pics: NHS workers stage first strike in 32 years
The strike follows a rejection by the government of an across-the-board pay rise for workers.
Greyhound accepts LRC invite, says ball is now in workers' court
The invitation comes after the two sides met last week but workers have not yet committed to entering formal talks.
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.
This day 30 years ago the Dunnes Stores anti-apartheid strike began
The strike lasted almost three years and Nelson Mandela later told the small group of workers that their stand had helped him to keep going during his time in prison.
Social welfare staff are being told to refuse dole payments to 'locked out' Greyhound workers
A circular issued to social welfare staff advises them to reject applications for jobseeker’s payments.
SIPTU vs Greyhound: Row escalates amid claims of 'harassment and abuse'
Greyhound told some customers in Dublin that SIPTU picketers were causing disruptions.
South Dublin County Council strike called off after LRC talks
Industrial action centred on staff pay cuts at the local authority.
Greyhound getting legal advice over alleged abuse of staff during strike
The strike at the recycling company has been acrimonious and been mentioned in the Dáil.
Strike looms in ambulance service over unsuitable posts
SIPTU members will be balloted on action over the HSE’s failure to implement Labour Court recommendations on staff redeployment.
Aer Lingus management and union reps to hold talks at Dublin Airport today
The removal of discounted flight privileges will be raised at today’s meeting.
SIPTU members at Dublin and Cork airports in massive vote for strike action
The margin of the DAA vote was 94 per cent in favour of industrial action.
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.
'Unnecessary and unreasonable': Varadkar and Coveney hit out at ESB strike threat
“Nobody’s job is being threatened here, nobody is being asked to take an additional pay cut and nobody’s pension is under threat,” the Transport Minister Leo Varadkar said this morning.
Union boss warns that ESB industrial action could hit power supplies
Brendan Ogle says that there is “no doubt” that industrial action would hit services.
Dublin Bus to implement cost-cutting plans as unions split on proposals
Both unions balloted members on the proposals put forward by the company to cut costs in order to reduce its €52 million deficit.
"We are supporting the cause, but not the means" - patients spokesperson
The Irish Patients Association says that it cannot support any strike action by any healthcare staff.