May 26 2018, 12:45 ICTUThe Irish Congress of Trade Unions notes the projected outcome of the referendum in the exit polls. The removal of the 8th amendment now seems inevitable and we welcome that outcome. In welcoming the outcome Patricia King, ICTU General Secretary said, “Congress opposed the insertion of the 8th amendment in our constitution in 1983 and we have been consistent in our belief that reproductive health should not be determined by the provisions of the Constitution. Over the years our fears …
- GDPR Template for Schools INTO As an initial measure of support for Principals and teachers, INTO has today published a template Data Privacy Statement for members to download.
- GDPR - INTO Calls for Support for Implementation INTO INTO General Secretary, Sheila Nunan, said that the extensive requirements of the new legislation placed significant additional workload on Principal teachers.
- Supplementary Panels Operational in Most Areas INTO The Department of Education and Skills have today published an update on the supplementary panels. INTO have created a guide to making appointments from the supplementary panels for teachers and principals.
- Free Mortgage and Tax Advisory Seminar for INTO Members and their Families INTO With the success of previous seminars held, INTO are delighted to confirm we are running a further FREE joint seminar for INTO members and their families in the Silver Springs Hotel, Cork on Thursday, 31 May at 7p.m.
- NIC-ICTU Leaders Welcome Corbyn Pledges on Brexit, Workers’ Rights and Social Dialogue. ICTU The leadership of the trade union movement in Northern Ireland held discussions with the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon, on matters essential for all working people – Brexit, low pay, decent work and the need for a forum for social dialogue which can develop policies for the …
- NIC-ICTU Leaders welcome Corbyn pledges on Brexit, and on decent pay, workers’ rights, and a forum for social dialogue. NICICTU The leadership of the trade union movement in Northern Ireland held discussions with the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon, on matters essential for all working people – Brexit, low pay, decent work and the need for a forum for …
- SIPTU calls for adequate funding of Bus Éireann to maintain and improve services SIPTU SIPTU representatives commenced discussions today (Thursday, 24th May) with the management of Bus Éireann in relation to the adequate funding of the service and essential increases in basic pay for staff.