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The slow death of labor unions

Unionization rates around the world have been steadily declining in the past decades, especially in the US where membership went from 24% in 1970 to 11% in 2016. 1,374 more words

Economics

From 1995 "Dunnes Stores National Strike" leaflet from Mandate

From 1995 a “Dunnes Stores National Strike” leaflet produced by the Trade Union Mandate. Interesting to see ‘Zero Hour Contracts” being an issue back then.
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Irish Politics

Cuti Ehsan

Saya menerima beberapa soalan mengenai “Cuti Ehsan” (Compassionate Leave), bertanya sama ada ianya sesuatu yang wajib diberi oleh majikan atau tidak. Walaupun rasanya topik ini pernah ditulis sebelum ini, tetapi tidak mengapa, kita bincangkan sekali lagi di sini. 161 more words

Employment Laws

Strike action set to proceed at Belfast City Airport over Swissport dismissal of union rep

First two hours strike action by baggage handlers and ground staff will commence at 2.15pm tomorrow  

Last minutes talks offered by Swissport management for 10am must address staff concerns to avert action… 363 more words

Press Releases

The Cause of Labour


On Saturday I ventured west to An Cultúrlann for an important, interesting and timely discussion on the impact of Brexit on Labour, Trade Unions and workers rights. 672 more words

Virgin Care not just trying to hide safety concerns ... but not recognising trade unions too

Protect Our NHS continues to draw attention to the true nature of Virgin Care’s takeover of community health and social care services and the development of Branson’s VHS at the cost of our NHS. 550 more words

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