Press Releases 2022

SIPTU cleaners employed by private contractors welcome reward commitment

21 January 2022

SIPTU members employed as cleaners by private contractors in public hospitals have welcomed the commitment by Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar, to reward their work on the frontline against Covid-19.
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SIPTU members call for urgent recommencement of Security ERO process

21 January 2022

SIPTU members have called for the urgent recommencement of the process to establish an Employment Regulation Order (ERO) for the security industry, a sector in which most workers have not received a pay rise in nearly three years.
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TUF supports South Dublin County councillors call for compliance inspections on sites

20 January 2022

Trade Union Federation (TUF) representatives met with South Dublin County councillors today (Thursday, 20th January) to discuss the implementation of an inspection regime for all construction sites operated on behalf of South Dublin County Council (SDCC) to ensure full compliance with employment agreements.
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SIPTU and Fórsa seek meeting with Taoiseach on LES and Job Clubs dispute

18 January 2022

SIPTU and Fórsa have written today (Tuesday, 18th January) to the Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, seeking a meeting with him to discuss the long running dispute over the future provision of Local Employment Services (LES) and Job Clubs.
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SIPTU says recommendation to restore working time is good for the public service

10 January 2022

SIPTU supports a recommendation by the independent body set up to examine additional working hours for public servants that working time in the civil and public service is restored to pre-austerity levels from 1st July 2022.
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SIPTU demands Department of Social Protection attend WRC talks on LES and Job Clubs dispute

07 January 2022

SIPTU representatives have called on Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys, to reverse a decision that Department of Social Protection officials will not attend proposed talks at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) concerning the Local Employment Services (LES) and Job Clubs dispute.
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