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Lloyds Pharmacy workers picket the chain’s Nutgrove branch in Dublin. About 270 staff in 40 of the chain’s stores are due to strike for the eighth time on Saturday. Photograph: Garrett White

The union representing striking Lloyds Pharmacy workers says the company distorted a recent vote for improved pay and conditions. About 270 members o(...)

Lloyds Pharmacy workers picket the Nutgrove branch in Dublin in June. Mandate members working at the chain plan further one-day strikes for August 18th and August 25th. Photograph: Garrett White

About 300 Lloyds Pharmacy staff plan further strikes in coming weeks at the chain over pay and trade union recognition. Members of trade union Mandat(...)

A decision by Dunnes Stores to appeal a €15,000 award to an assistant manager who was dismissed after being on sick leave for two years has backfired. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A decision by Dunnes Stores to appeal a €15,000 award to an assistant manager who was dismissed after being on sick leave for two years has backfired.(...)

Ryanair pilots stage a one-day strike outside the company headquarters at Swords in Dublin on Friday. Mulvey will  have a job on his hands, as there is plenty of rancour between the two sides. Photograph: Aoife Moore/PA Wire

It is probably too early to declare an outbreak of peace in the dispute between Ryanair and a group of Irish pilots, but the likely appointment of ind(...)

Ictu said that advances in technology meant many workers are now exposed to longer working time by being reachable outside of office hours. File photograph: Getty Images

Advances in smartphone technology mean that many people are being exposed to longer working hours as they are more easily reachable after leaving the (...)

Being made work at home could be against the law

What happened and why is it in the news? Business executive Grainne O’Hara, who worked at a subsidiary of the meat producer Kepak, was awarded €7,500 (...)

Fairfax has the right to convert its  bond into ordinary shares from September 23rd at an exercise price of €8.50. FBD’s share price was trading at €10.40 in Dublin on Thursday, which puts Fairfax in line for a €15.6 million profit.

There is a raft of breaking news so far today. Firstly, profits at Ulster Bank jumped to €100 million during the first half of 2018, compared with jus(...)

‘Employees are entitled to an uninterrupted 11 hour break between finishing work and starting work the following day.’ File image:  Lewis Mulatero/Moment/Getty

A business executive at a subsidiary of meat producer, Kepak has been awarded €7,500 over being required to deal with out-of-hours work emails, includ(...)

The four NUI Galway lecturers who say they were discriminated against on gender grounds with Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor.

Four female lecturers who say they were discriminated against on gender grounds are set to be promoted as part of a settlement with NUI Galway which i(...)

Members of the trade union Mandate picketing at Lloyds Pharmacy in Nutgrove Shopping Centre, Rathfarnham, in June. Photograph: Garrett White

Pharmacist Lloyds faces further strikes at 40 of its stores here in a row over union recognition and pay at the chain. About 270 Lloyds workers are i(...)

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