Tag Archives: terms & conditions

Crane operators: Unite members vote to endorse union agreement

Vote paves way for Registered Employment Agreement July 17th: Crane operators are on the way to improved terms and conditions after members voted to endorse an agreement between Unite and Siptu paving the way for both unions to work towards … Continue reading

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Crane operators:  Unite members to ballot on proposed union agreement

Proposal paves way for pay increases and other terms and conditions to be enshrined in Registered Employment Agreement July 11th: Last night, at a general meeting of its crane operator membership, trade union Unite opened a ballot on a proposed … Continue reading

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United Workers march to demand Belfast City Council take back control of outsourced Leisure Centres

Pricing policy under Greenwich Leisure Ltd (GLL) pricing low-income communities out of ‘centres of excellence’ GLL two-tier workforce policy threatens continued T&Cs downgrading for former Belfast City Council employees April 6th: Unite Regional Officer, Michael Keenan, spoke ahead of his … Continue reading

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SIPTU and Unite to ballot staff at Waterfront and Ulster Halls for strike action

Belfast City Council owned ‘arms-length’ body fails to honour commitment to workforce Outsourced management seek to create two-tier workforce introducing poverty pay and attacking terms & conditions  October 19th: Speaking together for their respective unions, Niall McNally, SIPTU Organiser; and … Continue reading

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Enactment of construction SEO welcome, but fight for travel time must continue

October 19th: Unite today welcomed the implementation of the construction Sectoral Employment Order recommended by the Labour Court in July, but warned that retention of the travel allowance is crucial to ensure that construction workers maintain and improve their living … Continue reading

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