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KBC said last month it was closing hubs in Dundrum in Dublin, Greystones in Co Wicklow and Naas in Co Kildare

KBC Bank Ireland has turned down an invitation from the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) to attend a conciliation meeting over the lender’s plans (...)

The Labour Court recommendation which ended the dispute in early 2019 provided for the establishment of a new enhanced grade with higher pay scales to which staff nurses could move under various criteria. Photograph: iStock

Nurses in more senior grades are pressing for higher pay to restore the difference between their salaries and those in lower level posts that existed (...)

Estée Lauder staff striking outside Dublin Airport on Friday. Photograph: Mandate

A trade union representing staff at an Estée Lauder concession at Dublin Airport has served notice of three further strike days in an effort to “preve(...)

The Department of Public Expenditure told public-service representative bodies it envisaged no pay increases for State employees either nationally or at sectoral level in 2021 under any new agreement. File photograph: Getty

New pay restoration measures due to be made to higher earning public-service personnel in the months ahead will cost €42 million, the Department of Pu(...)

Catering staff Johnny Glynn, Chelsea Connell, Ryan Murphy, and Chris Traynor, laid off employees of Aramark protesting outside their former workplace the former AIB Headquarters in Ballsbridge. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Catering staff at the former Allied Irish Bank (AIB) headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin say they were “dumped after years of loyalty” when given just(...)

A spokeswoman for Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar  said  the statutory increase due under the sectoral employment order for the construction industry would take effect from the beginning of October. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/ The Irish Times

The Government has rejected suggestions from the constructions industry that it should intervene to defer pay rises due to thousands of building worke(...)

Campaigners  call on the State to step in to keep St Mary’s Nursing Home on the Merrion Rd in Dublin open. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

The Labour Court has ruled that 64 staff at the Sister of Charity-owned Caritas convalescent home on Dublin’s Merrion Rd should be given public sector(...)

The court order setting aside a sectoral employment order governing pay and conditions for electrical contractors is ‘effective immediately’

A law governing minimum rates of pay in construction will stay in place pending a State challenge to a High Court ruling that declared it unconstituti(...)

Thousands of staff in State-funded organisations providing health and social services are seeking pay restoration. File photograph: Cate McCurry/PA Wire

Thousands of staff in State-funded organisations providing health and social services as well as community employment scheme supervisors are to step u(...)

The ruling by Justice Simons means all three sectoral employment orders made by the last government are no longer valid. They  governed  conditions for building workers, plumbers and electricians

A law setting minimum pay and pension contributions for electricians would have forced smaller contractors to lay off workers, one company warned at (...)

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