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Ryanair’s chief operations officer Peter Bellew and Eddie Wilson, director of personnel: Mr Bellew estimate the cost of recognising unions would be about €100 million a year.  Photograph: Stephen Collins

Ryanair plans to meet pilot trade unions in coming days and throughout January as it presses ahead with its pledge to recognise organised labour at th(...)

Ashley Connolly, Bernard Harbor and Angela Kirk of trade union Impact arrive at the Carlton Hotel in Dublin on Tuesday evening for their meeting with Ryanair management. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

The threat of strike at Ryanair remained on Tuesday following a meeting between the airline’s management and pilots’ trade union Impact. The two sid(...)

Tom Geraghty, PSEU general secretary, said a formal announcement about the creation of the new union would be made on Monday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Early results from ballots on a merger between three trade unions suggest the proposal will be accepted. Members in Impact, the Public Service Execu(...)

The proposed deal  for Aer Lingus staff would expire at the end of June 2020. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Staff at Aer Lingus are to receive pay increases of 8.5 per cent over a 39-month period under the terms of a new Labour Court recommendation. The pro(...)

The proposed new public service agreement does not cover GPs who are independent contractors rather than direct State employees.

Doctors who are members of the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) have been urged by their trade union to accept the proposed new public service pay agr(...)

 Paschal Donohoe, Minister for Public Expenditure. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The central executive of Impact, the country’s largest public service trade union, has urged its members to support the new draft public service agree(...)

Groups such as gardaí, prison officers and fire fighters are opposing any suggestion they should have to pay more in pension contributions. Photograph: iStock

Talks on a new public-service agreement are expected to intensify on Tuesday, with the Government likely to table detailed proposals on pay and pensio(...)

Eamonn Donnelly, national secretary of Impact, at the union’s conference in Wexford. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Health workers are fed up of the “lazy media narrative” that the service is just about doctors and nurses and that managers are “superfluous”, the Imp(...)

The chief union negotiator in the public sector pay talks Shay Cody. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

Substantive Government proposals for a new public service pay agreement are expected to be tabled to trade unions and staff associations on Wednesday.(...)

The Government’s proposal to make the 25,000 public service staff who have faster-accruing pensions pay more for their benefits has been strongly criticised by a number of trade unions. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Government has again indicated it wants public employees with faster-accruing pensions, such as gardaí , prison officers and soldiers, to make lar(...)

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