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# Pay dispute

Last year
Bausch and Lomb workers to vote on new pay deal after 'intensive' talks yesterday
Industrial action at the plant was suspended on Wednesday to facilitate the talks.
'They feel forgotten': Disruption to lab tests for GPs and hospitals as medical scientists to strike
Five additional strike days are planned if the union and the HSE cannot come to a resolution.
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'Deeply annoyed and frustrated': Contact tracers write to HSE over pay and conditions
“It’s insult[ing] to be paid less than the person sitting beside you because they have a speech and language therapist qualification.”
The HSE had been told that workers are ‘deeply annoyed and frustrated’, Niall O'Connor writes.
The contact tracers are unhappy over a decrease in overtime and changes to roles.
Almost 800 people are trained to work as contact tracers, working from six call centres.
Pfizer seeks US authorisation of Covid vaccine for ages 5-11
Taoiseach: Country 'on track' to see final Covid restrictions lifted in fortnight's time
Taoiseach and Mary Lou McDonald clash in Dáil as ICTU withdraws from Low Pay Commission
ICTU was unhappy that members would not recommend an increase of more than 1%.
Australia's Rodda among three to quit Reds over coronavirus pay cut
The second row, who has 21 international caps, now faces an uncertain future that could lead him overseas.
Teachers' Union 'expects a lot of schools to close' during strike action
TUI members are set to strike on 4 February over pay inequality.
Teachers' Union of Ireland 'left with no choice' but to strike next month over 'pay discrimination'
The dispute centres around the big pay differences in the early years of employment between those hired before and after 2011.
INMO recommends members accept Labour Court recommendations
A ballot of INMO members will be held between 11 and 25 March.
Rail union 'unsurprised' at Taoiseach's 'ignorant' claim that strikes won't affect pay deal
The Taoiseach said that whatever deal is struck at the end of the dispute won’t be affected by the announced strike action.
Simon Harris: 'Patients should not be used as pawns in doctors' pay dispute'
All emergency departments are open today, despite the dispute.
Tesco workers at nine stores to strike 'indefinitely' from Valentine's Day
Up to 15 stores could be affected by the strike action next week, with more ballots due tonight.
How do wages of gardaí, nurses and teachers measure up to six years ago?
This year has already seen industrial unrest among doctors, nurses, teachers and gardaí.
SIPTU has authorised its 60,000 members to ballot on industrial and strike action
The president of SIPTU said it was “honouring its commitment” to its members.
Dispute escalates: Luas drivers have pay cut by 10% from today
Transdev said the reduction reflects the “additional operational and payroll costs” involved in dealing with drivers’ work-to-rule action.
Irish Rail workers are asking for pay increases of up to 25%
A union letter said that industry norms in public transport had been “brought into sharp focus” in recent weeks.
Possible breakthrough in Luas dispute as Transdev cancels private buses
Both sides have been invited to talks at the Workplace Relations Commission.
Minister says Luas plan for St Patrick's Day buses is an 'exceptional measure'
The company that operates the service will be providing buses along the red and green line routes as drivers strike on Thursday.
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.
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.
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.
Staff at burglar alarm company vote for industrial action
Staff at Phonewatch voted overwhelmingly in support of the action over a pay dispute with the company.
Dublin clampers vote in favour of industrial action over pay dispute
Dublin Street Parking Services voted in a secret ballot this afternoon on possible strike action.
Plan for independent evaluation of pay ends dispute at Tyndall Institute
Staff from IFUT and Siptu had picketed on a number of occasions this year.
Windows and doors removed from Tipperary school in contract dispute
The sub-contractor, who did work at Borrisokane Community College maintains he was not paid in full for his work – the contractor disputes this claim.
Almost 800 doctors fired in Lagos over pay dispute
Doctors went on indefinite strike last month over the implementation of a pay raise agreed in late 2010.
Bord na Móna workers to vote on industrial action in pay row
Unions say staff at the semi-State body are due a 3.5 per cent pay increase, but the company has said this would cost jobs.