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Bernard Rorke as a baby in his father arms and his mother in 1959 in Dublin. Photograph: Bernard Rorke

Then came the phone call dreaded by every emigrant. It was my brother on the line, saying the nursing home had phoned to say Da was poorly and to prep(...)

People mentioned in instant messaging conversations, even if they didn’t take part in them, have legal rights to scrutinise them. Photograph: Getty Images

Loose lips sink ships was the famous warning on second World War posters; George Michael warned us against careless whispers; and American poet Carl S(...)

Fórse general secretary Kevin Callinan: ‘Section 39 workers were forced to organise and to threaten action to get a hearing. Modest progress was recorded. A process was agreed. Again the government failed to deliver last year.’ Photograph: Laura Hutton

Staff in nearly a dozen State-funded organisations providing health and social services are to go on strike on Friday of next week, February 21st, in (...)

Gillian Byrne, CE supervisor. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Hundreds of community employment (CE) scheme supervisors are to hold a one-day strike on Friday over access to a pension scheme. The supervisors will(...)

The ruling by the Labour Court upholds an earlier decision by the WRC which the company appealed. Photograph: iStock

The Labour Court has ordered a Dublin-based safety services company to pay a former chief executive €32,300 in unpaid wages. Declan Ryan started work(...)

The IMO wants an end to the two-tier pay system under which medical specialists appointed after October 2012 are paid up to €50,000 less than their longer-serving colleagues. Photograph: Getty Images

The next government administration will face a series of industrial relations challenges in the weeks ahead, including in the key health and education(...)

A company investigation found that Mr Murphy had knowingly falsified his hours over a four-week period in December 2018 and that a three-litre carton of milk was removed on a trolley from the company premises.

Lidl Ireland has been ordered to pay €17,000 compensation for demoting a former logistics manager at a distribution hub to a post as a desk clerk. T(...)

Labour Court dismissed unlawful wage deduction claim.

A executive whose yearly earnings topped €275,000 at recruitment company CPL Resource has failed in her unlawful wage deduction claim against the comp(...)

Gardaí can now access the State’s industrial relations machinery when seeking to resolve workplace disputes. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Gardaí can now access the State’s industrial relations machinery when seeking to resolve workplace disputes. Under legislation that came into force o(...)

A Limerick belly dance tutor has failed in her unfair dismissal action against retail giant, Dunnes Stores. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A Limerick belly dance tutor has failed in her unfair dismissal action against retail giant Dunnes Stores. This follows the Labour Court throwin(...)

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