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"We Shall Overcome" - Concert & Seminar 10th November 2018, Liberty Hall, D.1 - To mark 50th Anniversary of the foundation of the Civil Rights movement in Ireland
Oct 17 2018, 00:00 CWUSeminar and Concert in Liberty Hall, Dublin marking the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Civil Rights movement in Ireland.
- Union Recognition - A Right Worth Fighting For! Discussion 18th October 2018, Liberty Hall, Dublin 1. CWU Join an Activists' Discussion on Union Recognition - a right worth fighting for! Thursday, 18th October 2018, Liberty Hall, D.1
- UPLIFT - Housing Survey CWU My recent circular 11/18 called for support for the ‘Raise the Roof’ rally which is taking place on Wednesday, October 3rd, outside Leinster House. The rally is scheduled to run from 12.30 – 2.00pm.
- Raise the Roof! Rally, Wed 3rd Oct @ 12 noon CWU The CWU will gather at the Prince's Street corner of the GPO at noon on 3rd October. Anyone participating can meet up there and go to the rally together.
- Press Release on the Announcement of Job Losses at HCL CWU Commenting this afternoon on the announcement from HCL that it is changing its contractual arrangements with eir for the provision of customer care, sales and technical support services which is expected to have far reaching implications for job numbers at the company (HCL), CWU General Secretary …
- Congress Friday Briefing: Pay Modernisation Project, 21/09/18 @ 10.30am CWU The September Congress Friday Briefing will focus on the Pay Modernisation Project being implemented by the Revenue Section of the Dept. of Finance
- CWU Supports LloydsPharmacy Workers CWU On behalf of the National Executive Council and members of the Communications Workers’ Union, I wish to convey to you the full support for your members who are involved in such a heroic struggle at Lloyds Pharmacies.
- GDPR Guidelines CWU GDPR Guidelines
- Congress survey confirms childcare is 'a second mortgage' for 2 in 3 working families CWU In the same week as Ireland’s first ever legislation on childcare costs is set to become law, a new survey from the Irish Congress of Trade Unions confirms that childcare is one of the top two out-of-pocket costs for over two-thirds (71 per cent) of working families with young children