Latest news from SIPTU
Dec 13 2019, 11:35 SIPTUSIPTU members in the Canon Hygiene Division of Rentokil Initial Ltd. based in Santry in Dublin have served notice of a one-day work stoppage on Friday, 20th December.
- SIPTU says FAI staff were misled in relation to the organisation’s financial situation SIPTU SIPTU representatives have stated that union members employed by the FAI were misled by management concerning the financial situation of the organisation which, it has emerged, is heavily in debt.
- SIPTU and Unite members in Virgin Media Ireland vote for industrial action SIPTU SIPTU and Unite members employed by Virgin Media Ireland have overwhelmingly voted in favour of taking industrial action, up to and including strike action, in a ballot counted today (Monday, 9th December).
- Inquest highlights the urgent need for emergency ambulance hand-over protocol SIPTU SIPTU representatives have today (Thursday 5th December) demanded the introduction of an emergency hand-over protocol to assist ambulance crews who are unable to hand over patients to hospital staff due to overcrowding and lack of bed capacity.
- SIPTU welcomes Pfizer decision to maintain DB Pension benefits for workers SIPTU SIPTU representatives have welcomed the decision of Pfizer, the multinational pharmaceutical manufacturer, to maintain its Defined Benefit (DB) Pension scheme for workers at its facilities in Ringaskiddy and Little Island in county Cork.
- Tara Mines workers postpone protest after flat rate expenses reduction deferred SIPTU Tara Mines workers have postponed a protest scheduled to take place outside Leinster House in Dublin tomorrow (Wednesday, 4th December) following confirmation that a drastic reduction in their flat rate expenses, which was due to be implemented on 1st January, has been deferred.
- SIPTU members in FAI call for urgent meeting with Minister for Sport concerning funding SIPTU SIPTU members employed by the FAI are requesting an urgent meeting with the Minister for Sport, Shane Ross, concerning the funding of the organisation in the light of reports of possible major job losses.
- SIPTU calls on National Pen to respect Labour Court recommendation on union recognition SIPTU SIPTU representatives have called on National Pen to respect a Labour Court recommendation that it recognise the trade union for collective bargaining purposes for its members working in the company’s production facility and call centre in Dundalk, county Louth.
- SIPTU demands contingency plan to deal with obstruction of ambulance resources SIPTU SIPTU representatives have today (Friday 29th November) demanded that an immediate contingency plan is put in place to deal with the unacceptable obstruction of ambulance resources at Cork University Hospital (CUH).