Mandate News

On International Women’s Day, let us remember the heroic actions of all women who have stood against injustice – like the Dunnes Stores Anti-Apartheid Strikers

International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on the heroic actions of all those who have put the cause of women’s equality to the fore. In the trade union... more

Mandate Trade Union condemns the response of a number of retail employers to weather emergency

Mandate Trade Union has condemned a number of retail employers who this morning informed their employees they would not be paid because they were unable to attend their place of... more

Mandate write to major retail employers to clarify weather preparations

Mandate Trade Union's Assistant General Secretary Gerry Light has written to all major retail employers  seeking clarifications about their operational plans over the next 48 hours. The Union has urged... more

Protect workers from dangerous weather conditions at all costs

Mandate urges retail employers to exercise caution regarding extreme weather conditions and workers health & Safety Mandate Trade Union, who represents over 45,000 workers across the retail sector, have today... more

Labour Court case against TK Maxx resumes

Last Thursday (8th February) the Labour Court resumed Mandate Trade Union’s case against TK Maxx in relation to: A pay rise and the introduction of a proper... more

Gagging on the gig economy

SOME of you might have heard of the “gig economy” and more of you might be wondering what the gig economy is.  Has it anything to do with music or... more

Mandate is recruiting an Organiser

Mandate Trade Union is looking for energetic, motivated individuals to work in organising, campaigning and recruiting. Candidates should be willing to work flexible hours, be mobile and... more

Mandate and Unite say Capita, Forever 21 cases highlight deficiencies in collective bargaining provision

Workers must have right to negotiate collectively through union of their choice Unite Regional Secretary Jackie Pollock and Mandate General Secretary John Douglas today said that recent redundancy cases... more

Removing the 8th Amendment is first step in creating a culture of dignity, respect and support at work and in wider society

As the state prepares for a spring referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment, deputies Joan Collins and Clare Daly have invited trade union leaders, activists and academics to brief Oireachtas... more

Savage War of Peace

By Stephen Nolan Trademark – Anti-sectarian Unit ICTU AFTER two years of secret talks and nearly four years of formal negotiations brokered by Cuba, the chief FARC negotiator, Ivan Marquez and... more
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