Minister Kathleen Lynch

Health authorities are exploring whether they can reconfigure mental health services to address concerns over a “crisis” in psychiatric care in the Ro(...)

Members of the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) and the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) protesting against projected pay cuts earlier this year. PNA members have supported the Haddington Road proposals by 70 per cent to 30 per cent, and INMO members by 71 per cent to 29 per cent. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Nurses and rank-and-file gardaí have voted to accept the proposed Haddington Road agreement on public service pay.Members of the Irish Nurses and Midw(...)

While Batu voted to accept the Haddington Road agreement, Siptu, whose members voted against Croke Park II, will set out the result of its ballot on Thursday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The construction union Batu has become the latest to accept the proposed new Haddington Road agreement on public service pay.Members of the union, whi(...)

Kieran Mulvey: said Friday was the deadline for the end of the current
 Labour Relations Commission
 LRC process. Photograph: Eric Luke

The two associations representing rank-and-file gardaí, and sergeants and inspectors are to recommend to members that they sho(...)

Bernard Harbour: “Impact will take the view that if there are changes they cannot be at the cost of Impact members.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Trade unions have again warned of industrial action if the Government moves unilaterally to cut the pay of public service staff following rejec(...)

Deputy general secretary of the Psychiatric Nurses Association Séamus Murphy: “psychiatric nurses are showing that they are not prepared to accept the regressive and draconian proposals of Croke Park II”

Managers of Catholic primary schools have expressed strong concern about the proposed new Croke Park agreement. The Cath(...)

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