Tag Archives: Brendan Byrne

Hairdressing: Agreed safety protocol needed before June 29th re-opening

Provision must be made for those who cannot return to work due to health or childcare concerns Responding to this evening’s announcement that the hairdressing sector is to re-open from June 29th, three weeks earlier than initially planned, trade union … Continue reading

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Hospitality and Hairdressing: Employers must engage with workers before re-opening

“If workers are not safe, customers are not safe” May 20th: Trade union Unite, which represents workers in the hospitality and hairdressing sectors, has urged employers to engage with workers during the next number of weeks to ensure that workplaces … Continue reading

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English Language Schools must engage with workers before re-opening

Safe teaching and learning environment will be central to future success of sector May 11th: Unite, which represents English Language Teachers throughout Ireland, today (Monday) said that schools must start engaging now with teachers to ensure that the industry can … Continue reading

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English Language Teachers: Schools must engage with Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme

April 1st: Unite, which represents English Language Teachers throughout Ireland, has urged employers to engage with the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme to ensure that teachers are retained in employment and the sector can restart once the current COVID-19 emergency is … Continue reading

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Virgin Media: Unions to decide on action following talks with company

December 17th: Unite, which represents workers in Virgin Media along with Siptu, today (Tuesday) said that unions will await the outcome of talks with the company before deciding on the form of any industrial action.  The announcement follows an invitation … Continue reading

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