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 Siptu has said it will ballot members at Dublin Bus and Irish Rail for industrial action in solidarity with Bus Eireann staff. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The trade union Siptu is to ballot its members in Dublin Bus and Irish Rail for industrial action in solidarity with staff at Bus Eireann. (...)

Bus Éireann buses parked up at Broadstone Depot.  Photograph: PA

The strike at Bus Éireann was suspended for 48 hours last night to allow talks at the Labour Relations Commission to continue. Pickets by membe(...)

Members of the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) picketing Busaras , the main bus station, in Dublin today . Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Between 70,000 and 80,000 Bus Éireann travellers face disruption tomorrow as a strike by members of the National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) seem(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton: insisted the existing contractual rights of workers in sectors covered by Registered Employment Agreements were unaffected by the ruling. Photograph: David Sleator

Employment in the construction sector was effectively deregulated yesterday after the Supreme Court struck down as “unconstitu(...)

Bus Éireann said it remained available for meetings with trade unions in advance of Sunday “but only if they make concrete and viable proposals that can deliver at least the level of savings contained in the Labour Court recommendation”.

The Government has called on management and trade unions at the State-owned Bus Éireann to engage in further talks aimed at av(...)

Eamon Devoy, general secretary of the TEEU (Technical, Electrical and Engineering Union) and Arthur Hall, assistant general secretary of the TEEU leaving court after the Supreme Court judgement. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Supreme Court ruling today has serious implications for hundreds of thousands of workers whose pay is governed by registered employment agree(...)

Bus passengers are set to be hit with a strike

Members of the largest union at Bus Éireann are set to go on strike this Sunday after rejecting planned cost-saving measures at the company. (...)

The Siptu ballot on the proposed Croke Park deal is counted at Liberty Hall yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

“The proposition is dead; that is democracy.” With those words Siptu president Jack O’Connor pronounced the demise of the Croke Park II agreeme(...)

Measures set out in the proposed new Croke Park agreement could force women out of employment in the public service, the forme(...)

File image of Niall Crowley, former CEO of the Equality Authority. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien/The Irish Times

Measures set out in the proposed new Croke Park agreement could force women out of employment in the public service, the former head of the Equ(...)

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