Exactly thirty years ago today, Mary Manning, a 21-year-old shop worker at the Dunnes Stores outlet in Henry Street. Dublin, refused to check out two oranges from South Africa.
She had... more
Sat, 19 July 2014, 14:00 Assemble @ The Spire, O'Connell Street, Dublin 1
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Mandate General Secretary John Douglas is calling... more
“This pay increase forms only one part of our claim with the company” says Union.
Mandate Trade Union, which represents more than 4,000 workers in Dunnes Stores, has today (Tuesday, 8th... more
THREE shopworkers involved in one of the most famous labour actions in Irish history – the Dunnes Stores strike of the mid-1980s – spoke at a special event organised by... more
Mandate Trade Union members in Marks & Spencer have today (Friday 13th June 2014) voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new set of proposals, which puts an end to a... more
Mandate General Secretary John Douglas has called on workers and consumers to “challenge” the scourge of child labour by checking out how shops source their products and making ethical choices... more
Workers’ fight for change in legislation continues
Mandate General Secretary John Douglas has expressed his congratulations to the workers in the Paris Bakery after they won their hard fought... more
Mandate Trade Union has written to all TD's and Senators inviting them to attend and support the Paris Bakery workers at a rally outside the Dail today (Wednesday, 4 June... more
Mandate Trade Union has been supporting a group of workers in the Paris Bakery on Moore Street in Dublin who were left without more than three months pay equating to... more
John Douglas, Mandate General Secretary and President of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU), is currently involved in an occupation of the Paris Bakery Restaurant on Moore Street in... more
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