Tag Archives: Colm Quinlan

Bord na Mona: Unite writes to company setting out demands

Union will seek ballot for industrial action if insufficient progress made October 25th: Unite, which represents members working for Bord na Mona, has today written to the company setting out the union’s demands following yesterday’s announcement of projected redundancies.  The … Continue reading

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Bord na Mona:  Government sleepwalking into crisis, possible industrial action

Unite urges Bruton to convene urgent stakeholder meeting to progress Bord na Mona – ESB proposals October 24th: Responding to the projected loss of between 380 and 430 Bord na Mona jobs starting in the coming months, with further job … Continue reading

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ICTU BDC: Brexit, banking and healthcare among topics addressed by Unite delegates

Workers must not pay the price for a Tory Brexit says Jimmy Kelly July 5th: On the second day of the ICTU Biennial Delegate Conference in Belfast, Brexit was one of the topics dominating debate.  Moving Unite’s motion on Brexit … Continue reading

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Bord na Mona: industrial action not ruled out as workers seek urgent meeting with management

Emergency meeting of Unite and TEEU craft workers demands reversal of decision Around 100 Unite and TEEU craft members working for Bord na Mona attended a general meeting tonight in Tullamore to consider today’s announcement that the Littleton peat briquette … Continue reading

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Lowest-paid will be biggest winners from forthcoming round of private sector pay claims

Minimum wage workers set to benefit by 50 cent per hour in bid to tackle poverty pay November 17th: Workers earning the Minimum Wage of €9.15 per hour – whose hourly pay will be increased by just 10c per hour … Continue reading

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