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# Labour Relations

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# Labour Relations
Ryanair cancels 20 flights on 5th planned strike day by Irish pilots
The suggestion comes on the fourth day of 24-hour stoppages by Irish-based Ryanair pilots.
# Industrial Relations
Gardaí's right to strike ruled out in new report
Strike action by gardaí was averted last year when a €50 million pay deal was struck in the Labour Court.
# Trouble Brewing
ESB pay rise likely to stir unrest among public sector workers
ESB workers have been offered a 5.5% pay rise over the next two and a half years.
# the games people play
American accused of $14.5 million swindle once set up shop in Dublin
The story of a businessman who once set up shop in the Digital Hub, and now faces a possible 120-year jail sentence.
# Our Lady of Lourdes
The hospital with the worst overcrowding problem is getting a boost of nurses
Changes are set to occur after an appearance by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation before the Labour Relations Commission yesterday.
# Solidarity
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.
# slimming down
Employment dispute resolution: Five agencies to merge
The labour relations process had been described as “difficult to comprehend.”
# Emergency
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.
# Minimum Wage
'A good day for low-paid workers' as JLCs are retained
Trade unions welcomed the decision, but Ibec was less enthusiastic.
# Labour Relations
Watch: 'The Labour presence in transport has been important,' - Alan Kelly.
What is it like being a Labour junior Minister with a Fine Gael cabinet minister? Alan Kelly told
# ballot
Dublin Bus drivers vote on new company plan
The drivers have been voting since yesterday and the result is due later today.
# Labour Relations
'We could end up in a Dublin, without a Dublin Bus' says former union official
Noel Dowling, who carried out a report on Dublin Bus, said he was ‘extremely worried’ about the company’s current situation.
# Industrial Action
Unions unhappy with proposed pension cuts for Aer Lingus and DAA workers
Last night, unions heard proposals that could see pensions cut by 15 per cent.
# Labour Relations
IMO to attend LRC talks aimed at averting junior doctor strike
The Labour Relations Commission has invited the doctors’ union and the HSE to talks tomorrow in a bid to avert the action on 25 September.
# tensions
Bus Éireann warns: bring in pay cuts or we could end up breaking the law
A spokesperson for Bus Éireann said the company’s future is at risk if it can’t bring in major changes to pay and conditions for employees.
# water woes
It's off: Strike deferred at Dublin water plant
SIPTU members at the Shanganagh plant said employers didn’t recognise the trade union – but the plant management rejected the claim.
# Tara Mines
SIPTU members at Tara Mines accept company's proposals
In January this year the company put its entire workforce on protective notice.
# Aer Lingus
SIPTU welcomes recommendation by Labour Court on Aer Lingus pension dispute
SIPTU said it was still opposed to any attempt by the airline to seek ‘cost offsetting measures’ in return for meeting its responsibility to properly fund the pensions scheme.
# Industrial Action
Workers to pursue action at Institute of Chartered Accountants over dismissals
11 members of staff, including nine members of the UNITE union were given notice of dismissal today.