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Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Disability advocates to strike after 'failure' by management to follow through on pay deal
This month
July 2024
Concerns raised over 'dangerous' lack of training for operational firefighting officers
The dispute centres around the courses for the firefighters tasked with leading teams at incidents.
Up to 200 jobs at risk as medical tech plant to close in Drogheda
Last month
June 2024
Siptu to oppose efforts by RTÉ to outsource production of Late Late Show and Fair City
This year
Baggage handling workers for major airlines at Dublin Airport consider industrial action
Tara Mines: Workers vote 2:1 to back deal as company promises to 'begin process of re-opening'
Voting underway on deal to reopen Tara Mines in Co Meath
Fair City will continue to air during summer months despite concerns over resources
Unions tell TDs that RTÉ newsroom 'falling apart' and staff still struggling to do their jobs
Calls for dedicated police as drugs, racism part of 'epidemic of abuse' facing transport workers
Siptu members vote over 90% in favour of new public sector pay deal
Spitting, shouting and throwing bricks: Public transport workers call for govt to act on abuse
Explainer: 'No deal' in public pay talks, but why are they always so tense?
Unions have been seeking pay to be restored since a €4 billion austerity cut in 2009.
Donohoe claims €2.9 billion pay deal was offered to unions, who say agreement 'lacks credibility'
Last year
Public transport workers in Northern Ireland stage further strike today
Unions invited to discuss public sector pay by Minister Donohoe
Crunch talks at WRC today ahead of health and community workers' strike tomorrow
Radiographers in Galway hospitals vote for imminent industrial action
Health and community workers to strike 'indefinitely' from 17 October over staffing concerns
Retained firefighters vote to accept WRC proposals to resolve industrial dispute
Siptu members in Clonmel and Waterford reach agreement in Iceland dispute
Irish actors union demonstrate in solidarity with US writers and actors strike
Retained firefighters to suspend industrial action today after talks at WRC
Darragh O'Brien claims retained firefighters' strike is a 'severe threat to public safety'
Siptu asks Govt whether retained firefighters' dole payments have been 'deliberately blocked'
Retained firefighters to escalate industrial action over staffing issues
Dublin firefighters highlight long delays over promised risk assessment software
"Something has to change": Retained firefighters call for complete overhaul of service
Retained firefighters to resume strike action after rejecting Labour Court recommendations
Housing Minister says industrial action by retained firefighters 'would serve no one'
Workers at Tara Mines vote to accept WRC deal following temporary lay-offs
SIPTU expected to reject Labour Court recommendations over retained firefighters dispute
Trade unions and management reach agreement at WRC over Tara Mines shutdown
Workers at Tara Mines begin protest over plans to temporarily close the site
Siptu to meet for talks at WRC over Tara Mines shutdown
Siptu to meet government and WRC over Tara Mines job losses
Inside RTÉ: Pay, roster and contract issues constant for lower paid staff
Tomorrow's planned strike for retained firefighters called off after Labour Court talks
Siptu to begin 'intensive' engagement with Tara Mines management over lay-offs of 650 workers
Retained firefighters have suspended their industrial action to allow for Labour Court talks