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 Padraigín Ní Mhurchú: Stood up for the rights of the ordinary person.

Padraigín Ní Mhurchú Born: February 20th, 1949 Died: June 4th, 2019 Padraigín Ní Mhurchú was born into a Monaghan farming family in 1949. She sta(...)

Chef Muhammed Younis at a protest in Dublin organised by the Migrant Rights Centre of Ireland on the issue of forced labour. File photograph: Alan Betson

The definition of human trafficking in Irish criminal law is not fit for purpose and must be reviewed in order to protect the rights of victims of sla(...)

A receptionist has been awarded €51,168 by the Labour Court. Photograph: iStock

A receptionist has been awarded €51,168 by the Labour Court as compensation for discrimination over how she was treated when she returned to work from(...)

It is thought that most staff who have been given packages have seen them limited to statutory redundancy. Photograph: iStock

Staff at The Times Ireland edition will not be entitled to redundancy pay unless they have worked for the company for more than two years. Three sou(...)

Siptu had initially announced that it would ballot about 7,000 health service staff, mainly healthcare assistants and laboratory assistants, for strike action arising from a job-evaluation process . However it later decided to expand this ballot to cover all support staff in 36 hospitals countrywide, including porters, security personnel and cleaners

Thousands of healthcare assistants, hospital chefs and other health service support staff are expected to vote for strike action over pay issues in a (...)

The new deal was brokered at the Labour Court following three days of strikes by members of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO). Photograph:  Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Nurses and midwives have backed proposals to end their long-running campaign over pay and recruitment/retention issues by 62 per cent in a ballot . (...)

 ASTI delegates at the union’s annual convention in Wexford, where members voted to reverse austerity-era sick leave cuts. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Second-level teachers are seeking the reversal of significant cuts made to their sick leave arrangements during the economic crisis. However, the Dep(...)

Ambulance staff are to consider proposals for full 24-hour strikes or rolling work stoppages as part of an escalation of their long-running dispute over trade union representation rights. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ambulance staff are to consider proposals for full 24-hour strikes or rolling work stoppages as part of an escalation of their long-running dispute ov(...)

Siptu has about 4,000 nurse members across acute, community and mental health settings. Photograph: Frank Miller

The trade union Siptu has said it would be “premature” to put the proposed new nursing contract to a ballot. The union also signalled that proposals (...)

The introduction of a new contract and a new higher-paid enhanced nurse grade were key elements of previous Labour Court settlement proposals which led to the suspension of strikes by members of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The leadership of Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) is to recommend that its members accept proposals aimed at resolving its recent disput(...)

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