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 Tesco is set to cut 15,000 jobs in their UK stores. No comment has been made in relation to their Irish outlets. File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Supermarket giant Tesco is set to cut about 15,000 jobs and close meat, fish and delicatessen counters as part of a deep cost-cutting plan in its UK o(...)

Mandate said “almost all of the claim has now been delivered”.

Staff at Dunnes Stores are to receive a 3 per cent pay rise backdated to October, trade union Mandate has said. The union said this increase means s(...)

More than 150 categories of employee, many of them working in the services and health sectors, automatically receive a modest tax deduction to reflect costs incurred to do their job.

A Revenue Commissioners review of employees’ entitlement to claim flat-rate expenses could effectively cancel out the benefit of Budget 2019 for thou(...)

Unions have asked the Dutch government to mediate between unions and the Swedish furniture retailer. Photograph: Reuters

Unions accused furniture retailer Ikea on Thursday of undermining workers’ rights in the Republic, the US and Portugal, and asked the Dutch government(...)

A picket on Lloyds in the Nutgrove Shopping Centre.

Staff at Lloyds Pharmacy are to be offered a voluntary severance scheme which the company says is an essential efficiency measure to support its long-(...)

The survey was conducted on behalf of five trade unions – Unite, Mandate and the Communications Workers Union in the Republic, and Unison and the GMB (General, Municipal Boilermakers) in the North. Photograph: Getty Images

One fifth of workers have had “direct experience of abortion”, according to a survey conducted by researchers at Ulster University. The study, in whi(...)

 Tesco staff on strike at the retailer’s store in Phibsborough, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Talks between management at retailer Tesco and the Mandate trade union aimed at resolving a strike that has affected 16 of the company’s stores over r(...)

Mandate union members Laura Bennett and Louise McFarlane  on the picket line at Tesco in Finglas. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

Talks will take place between management at retailer Tesco and the Mandate trade union in an attempt to resolve a strike over terms and conditions for(...)

Tesco employs 14,500 people in Ireland, but refuses to   say how much of a profit it makes here. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

To get a measure of where Tesco Ireland falls on the scale of bad-to-good employers, it is useful to turn the clock back to the grim peak of JobBridg(...)

Tesco management has deferred the implementation of changes to terms and conditions of some employees to allow for talks.

A strike at 70 Tesco stores across the country, scheduled to commence on Monday, has been suspended pending further talks next week at the Workplace R(...)

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