About 2,000 staff represented by Siptu in a number of Dublin hospitals voted for strike action if health service management went ahead with proposals

St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin has said a controversial plan to use staff recruited under an intern scheme to replace porters at weekends (...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar said the 30 per cent pay cut for new-entrant hospital consultants, put in place in 2012 by his predecessor James Reil(...)

Siptu and National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) members at Iarnrod Éireann have both voted to accept proposals aimed at ending a dispute over pay cuts.Me(...)

Military personnel are barred from joining a union or going on strike. Pdforra wants to join the Irish Congress of Trade Unions  and participate in collective bargaining

Conor Lally In Sligo Rank and file Defence Forces personnel are to take a case to Europe seeking trade union-style rights following a successful acti(...)

Greyhound Waste Recycling striking workers and their supporters outside the High Court in Dublin earlier this month during an application for orders preventing alleged illegal activity on the picket line. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Staff at the Greyhound waste company who have been engaged in a high-profile dispute over pay cuts in recent months are expected to vote on a new pack(...)

Eason: in discussions with Siptu over  “a small number of redundancies which arise from the restructuring of its head-office functions”. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Siptu has called “emergency general meetings” for managers in the Irish-owned books to stationary retailer Eason & Son over a number of compuls(...)

The Irish Prison Service said it was ‘extremely disappointed’ at the stoppage. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Prison officers are planning further work stoppages in two of the State’s biggest jails after leaving their posts for a one- hour industrial action(...)

The National Transport Authority  has determined that tendering about 10 per cent of  Dublin Bus or Bus Éireann’s routes represents little threat to the firms’ overall operations.

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has defended controversial plans to put out to tender 10 per cent of bus routes currently operated by Dublin Bu(...)

Greyhound workers have been locked out of the company depots in west Dublin since mid-June in a dispute over pay cuts and redundacy terms. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Members of Dublin City Council are set to object to the renewal of the authority’s contract with Greyhound Recycling, when it comes up for renewal in (...)

Josephine Feehily, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, told staff yesterday she is to retire shortly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The search is on for a new head of the Revenue Commissioners after the current chairman Josephine Feehily informed staff yesterday that she is to reti(...)