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Being in a union gives us dignity. Respect. A sense that we belong... and a fair day's work for a fair day's pay.

SIPTU reps demand tight monitoring of all construction sites

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SIPTU representatives in the construction sector are demanding that the Government guarantees that all construction sites which remain open during the current lockdown have all proper protections in place to prevent the transmission of Covid-19 among construction workers and their families.

SIPTU tells Minister that its local authority members will not be forced into Irish Water

SIPTU representatives explained that union members will not accept any attempt to force the transfer from their employment with local authorities to Irish Water, during a meeting today with the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien. Read More

SIPTU members in Ulster Bank seek assurances on any transfer of business

SIPTU members in Ulster Bank, who learned today that it is to close its doors after 160 years of trading, are seeking assurances about their future. Read More

Workers welcome successful conclusion of their industrial action at Newry, Mourne and Down District Council

Management commits to address all workforce concerns in comprehensive agreement to end dispute. Any council worker who loses out in the management-trade union led job evaluation process will receive between £500 and £7,500 in compensation. Read More

Together for Early Years

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On Friday, 5th February, thousands of SIPTU members took part in an Early Years Virtual Day of Action.

Frontline Heroes essential workers

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From treating and caring for the ill and vulnerable, providing public transport, maintaining essential supply chains, manufacturing medical devices and medicines, collecting refuse, cleaning, retail workers, administrators, maintaining our critical infrastructure and numerous other forms of essential work, SIPTU members are on the frontline of the Covid-19 Emergency.

National Return to Work Safely Protocol

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Exposure to COVID-19 is a public health risk which affects all citizens. The COVID-19 pandemic also has implications for all workplaces as it can present a health risk to workers and other persons at a place of work. The reopening of the economy goes hand-in-hand with the provision of public health measures to reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 as well as the existing occupational health and safety measures.

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A resounding YES to Building Momentum

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SIPTU members support Public Service Agreement by overwhelming majority.

State supports for aviation workers do not go far enough

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SIPTU Aviation Sector Organiser, Neil McGowan has told the Oireachtas Committee on Transport that state supports for the sector such as wage subsidies and assistance for regional airports do not go far enough on Tuesday, 9th February. 

Webinar: The Case for Employee Driven Innovation

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SIPTU’s Workplace Democracy Campaign continues with a discussion on The Case for Employee Driven Innovation.

STOP67

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SIPTU is proud of our role in ensuring that today, the first day of a new year, over 21,000 workers now won’t have to wait until they are 67 to get their State Pension. Onwards to 2021!