Trade union Fórsa,which represents the staff concerned, said the move is part of a campaign to secure  comprehensive job evaluation. File photograph: Getty Images

Graduation ceremonies for thousands of students could face disruption as a result of industrial action being taken by staff in institutes of technolog(...)

Library, clerical and administrative staff at institutes of technology across the Republic have commenced industrial action. File photograph: David Sleator

Library, clerical and administrative staff at institutes of technology across the Republic have commenced industrial action. The the trade union Fórs(...)

Staff working for State-funded voluntary organisations providing health and social services have agreed a deal on pay restoration. File photograph: PA Wire

Staff working for State-funded voluntary organisations providing health and social services are to receive pay restoration under a deal agreed on Tues(...)

A French teacher who was employed at Rathdown School, a private girls’ school in Glenageary, Co Dublin, has been awarded compensation of €34,000. File photograph: Google Street View

A teacher in a south Dublin fee-paying school was unfairly dismissed after drawing attention to concerns over boarding students’ living conditions, th(...)

New deal is “a direct consequence of the then FG/Labour government decision to privatise State jobs”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some 240 drivers at Dublin Bus who currently operate routes that are to be transferred to a UK company in the weeks ahead under Government transport r(...)

Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe:  property tax rate of 0.18 per cent  likely to be cut when new house valuations take effect from November 2019. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe is set to cut the property tax rate to prevent steep rises in annual bills but is resisting pressure from the Ind(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said pay restoration for section 39 staff was not a straightforward issue “but it is one we want to resolve”. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Staff working in State-funded bodies providing health and social care who experienced reductions in pay following the economic crash are to receive a (...)

Thousands of Siptu members in State-funded organisations providing health and social care have deferred a one-day strike in a dispute over pay restoration.

A planned strike by more than 5,000 staff working in State-funding voluntary bodies providing health and social services, which was scheduled to go ah(...)

The Garda Representative Association says the new legislation would “only partly address existing deficiencies in industrial relations legislation governing An Garda Síochána”. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

Rank and file gardaí have warned of potential industrial unrest in the future unless the Government gives them the right to be part of a trade union a(...)

 INMO director of industrial relations, Tony Fitzpatrick said: “The recruitment and retention crisis is deepening, with hundreds of nursing vacancies in hospitals across Ireland.”   Photograph: Frank Miller

Nurses are to stage a series of rolling lunchtime protests outside hospitals in various parts of the country next week to protest at staffing levels a(...)

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