Ray Hernan

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 Dermot O’Leary of the National Bus and Rail Union at the Workplace Relations Commission in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

An all-out indefinite strike in Bus Éireann, which could spread to other parts of the public transport sector, now seems likely after the collapse of (...)

Bus Éireann buses in Busáras, Dublin. The company faces losing up to €125,000 per day in State funding if a planned all-out strike by staff goes ahead. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Bus Éireann faces losing up to €125,000 per day in State funding if a planned all-out strike by unions at the company goes ahead later this month. On(...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross says  a strike at Bus Éireann would be “very damaging to the travelling public, the workforce, rural communities and the company itself”

Unions have warned an indefinite all-out strike by staff at Bus Éireann will begin on February 20th if the company goes ahead with radical cost-saving(...)

Bus Éireann’s  acting chief executive  said changes needed to be implemented “otherwise this company will not exist this time next year”.   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Bus Éireann will be insolvent by the end of the current calendar year if losses continue at existing levels, the company’s acting chief executive has (...)

Bus Éireann said the unions’ decision not to attend talks was “a very regrettable situation”.

The Minister for Transport Shane Ross needs to realise that the only solution to the crisis at Bus Éireann will be for him to convene talks involving (...)

Bus Éireann: The acting chief executive said his aim is to seek to protect the maximum number of viable jobs.

Bus Éireann acting chief executive Ray Hernan has said the company will seek to protect the core pay of workers. In a statement to the Oireachtas tran(...)

 Minister forTransport Shane Ross: must “kickstart a resolution process”. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The crisis at Bus Éireann will turn into a full-blown, all-out strike across public transport in the State unless the Minister for Transport, Shane Ro(...)

Bus Éireann’s acting chief executive Ray Hernan has said proposals to cut premium payments and overtime rates for staff represent ‘the only and best way to safeguard the maximum number of viable jobs’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The country is facing a potentially major industrial dispute across bus and rail services in the State-owned transport sector over a radical surviva(...)

Bus Éireann has offered non-pensionable pay rises of up to 3% per annum in some cases. This would be conditional on there being no industrial action of any nature over the course of the deal. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The State-owned Bus Éireann is to seek to restructure its business and has warned of cuts in premium payments and potential layoffs of staff. However(...)

Bus Éireann’s acting chief executive, Ray Hernan, has said  the company faced a “very uncertain future due to the precarious state of our finances and threat of insolvency”. Photograph: Eric Luke

State-owned Bus Éireann is likely to examine premium payments and overtime rates for staff as part of the next phase of a review of its costs. On Mon(...)

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