Latest news from CWU
Jun 22 2018, 00:00 CWUList of stores where Lloyds Pharmacy Workers are picketing between 10am and 12 noon, Friday 22nd June 2018
- Cost of Living – Congress wants to hear members’ experiences. CWU Too many workers are struggling to make ends meet at a time when the economy and labour market continue to improve. The rise in childcare and housing costs have been dramatic in recent years.
- CWU members in 999 service secure a recommendation for 13.6% pay rise CWU The CWU can report that we have received a recommendation from the Labour Court in relation to the case we lodged in 2016 on behalf of Emergency Call Answering Service Workers (ECAS).
- Tool Theft Prevention Workshop 30th June & 1st July CWU Workshop on Tool Theft Prevention at St Brigids GAA Navan Road Dublin 15
- Workers vote in favour of 10.9% pay deal at Nightline CWU ollowing a ballot, members of the Communications Workers’ Union (CWU) at Nightline have voted in favour of a pay deal delivering a pay increase of up to 10.9% and a range of other benefits
- CWU says comments from its former General Secretary do not represent the position of the Union and calls for a strong YES vote in the referendum CWU The Communications Workers’ Union has called for a strong turnout and YES vote to remove Article 8 from the Constitution and states that comments from its former General Secretary, David Begg, advocating a ‘No’ vote do not represent the position of the CWU
- WITNESS: Artists Campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment CWU Compilation of film and testimonies on the impact of the 8th Amendment on women's lives in Ireland
- CWUHA Charity Gig, Whelan's, June 30th CWU There will be a charity gig in Whelan's on June 30th @ 8pm to raise money for the CWUHA Convoy to Moldova
- Ireland ‘Must Consider Expulsion of Israeli Diplomats’ Following Gaza Massacre CWU The Executive Council of Congress has sought an urgent meeting with Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD over the government’s “inadequate response” to the recent massacre of civilian protestors in Gaza