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Early Years - SIPTU women on the Frontline of Covid

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SIPTU Women on the Frontline of Covid - Eilish Balfe

Raise the Roof - Homes for All

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A new plan to end the housing crisis.

Labour leader backs Galway Local Employment Services workers fight against privatisation

SIPTU members employed in Local Employment Services (LES) and Job Clubs in Galway met with the Labour Party leader, Alan Kelly, and Labour Galway County Councillor, Níall Mc Nelis, on Friday (10th September), to discuss the threatened privatisation of the vital community resource. Read More

SIPTU says it has legal means to end workplace discrimination against disabled people

SIPTU representatives have marked International Disability Awareness Day (Sunday, 12th September) to remind workers of the strong legal protections that have been secured to prevent discrimination in the workplace, due to a worker’s permanent or temporary disability. Read More

SIPTU members in local employment services to protest outside Fine Gael think-in on Monday

SIPTU members working in Local Employment Services (LES) and Job Clubs, will stage a protest outside the opening of the ‘think-in’ of the Fine Gael parliamentary party in Trim Castle, county Meath, on Monday, 13th September at 9.00 a.m., to highlight their opposition to the privatisation of the sector. Read More

Launch of New Deal for Early Years campaign

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On Thursday, 8th July, SIPTU, together with a coalition of eleven Early Years and civil society organisations, launched the ‘New Deal for Early Years’ campaign for the reform of the childcare sector so it can provide improved services for children, families, workers and providers.

More Power to You Campaign

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Local Government touches every aspect of our daily lives and affects every citizen – young and old alike. It affects our schools, our homes, our public parks. It’s in our work, our play and our recreation.

Frontline Heroes Tallaght Hospital

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In early March, a film crew from SIPTU Health gained exclusive access to film our members on the frontline in Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin.

SIPTU Women on the Frontline of Covid

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SIPTU Home Care assistant Ber Naughton describes working on the frontline during the Covid-19 crisis.

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SIPTU members working in Local Employment Services and Job Clubs protest at the Fine Gael think-in, Trim, Co Meath, on Monday, 13th September 2021

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SIPTU members protest over plans to privatise local employment services

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SIPTU members launched the ‘Our Community is Not for Sale’ campaign, demanding an immediate halt to tenders for private companies to bid for state contracts to run programmes to assist people getting back into the workforce, on Friday, 9th July.

STOP67 Webinar - The right to remain in the job

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On Wednesday 23rd June, the STOP67 Campaign hosted a webinar to discuss its demand for the introduction of a statutory Right to Remain in the Job with expert legal and industrial relations practitioners.

Low Pay Republic: Combatting Low Pay in the Irish Labour Market

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Low pay is endemic in the Irish Republic. One in five workers is officially categorised as ‘low-paid’ – that is over 300,000 women and men.

Supporting Quality

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Protecting quality jobs in Ireland and promoting Irish quality products.