A dispute over cost-saving plans at Dublin Bus led to a three-day strike at the company in August 2013

Cuts to terms and conditions for staff at Dublin Bus are to be reversed much earlier than anticipated.The controversial 19-month cost-saving plan was (...)

Pádraig Ó Ríordáin: the panel was clarifying a number of issues with the union Siptu and  Ictu. Photograph: MacInnes

Actuaries hired by trade unions representing past and present airport workers appear to back calculations used by the company to arrive at the figure(...)

Retailer Dunnes Stores has said it has a constitutional right not to engage directly with trade unions. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Retailer Dunnes Stores has said it has a constitutional right not to engage directly with trade unions. It has accused the trade union Mandate of seek(...)

Chef Dylan McGrath pictured in 2010 in his  restaurant Rustic Stone in South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2. File Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

A court has granted a former chef de partie at celebrity chef Dylan McGrath’s Rustic Stone restaurant judgment for unpaid working hours against his fo(...)

Dunnes Stores workers and members of the Mandate Trade Union, pictured outside the Labour Court in November. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Irish Times

Workers at Dunnes Stores are to ballot for industrial action over a number of issues including zero-hour contracts and full union recognition.The reta(...)

Shortcomings and misalignments within the ambulance services have represented a low-level public scandal for many years, but it would seem the Health (...)

The three former Abrakebabra employees worked in one of the chain’s Tipperary franchise.

Three former Abrakebabra employees are set to receive an estimated €12,500 following termination of their employment by one of the chain’s Tipperary f(...)

Mandate assistant general secretary Gerry Light: “We have reached the end of the road with Dunnes, if they won’t sit down and talk to us.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The retail trade union Mandate says it will begin consultations with its store representatives at Dunnes Stores in January over possible industrial(...)

Members of the Mandate trade union and Dunnes Stores workers pictured outside the Labour Court in October 2014. They are seeking more secure working hours and earmings for all workers in the company. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

About a dozen workers from Dunnes Stores and twice that number of the Mandate union officials have hand-delivered a Christmas card to the retailer’s h(...)

Two midwives are to receive a pay increase and backmoney after the State decided not to contest potential infringement procedures being brought by the European Commission. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Two midwives are to receive a pay increase and backmoney after the State decided not to contest potential infringement procedures being brought agains(...)