Mandate News

Dún Laoghaire commemorates 1913

On the weekend of 22nd – 25th August Dún Laoghaire will host a series of events to mark the centenary of the 1913 Lockout.  The weekend will kick... more

Marks and Spencer store closure talks break down

Mandate Trade Union say direct talks with Marks & Spencer management in relation to the closing of four stores have broken down as a result of the company refusing to... more

Mandate Shop Steward to star in 1913 Lockout Drama

Monica Horan, Mandate Shop Steward in Marks & Spencer, Clarion, is set to star in an upcoming play about... more

Mandate Trade Union to meet Marks Spencer workers today

Mandate Trade Union is meeting with their members in Marks & Spencer today to discuss yesterday’s announcement of 180 job losses in Tallaght, Naas, Dun Laoghaire and Mullingar.  more

Marks Spencer job losses a shock to workers

Mandate Trade Union, which represents thousands of workers at the 21 Marks & Spencer's stores across Ireland, say today’s announcement that the company is closing four stores is a devastating... more

Mandate Trade Union to engage with Superquinn in rebranding exercise

Mandate Trade Union today welcomed the guarantee made by Superquinn to protect terms and conditions of employment during the strategic realignment of their brand. The union added that their... more

Mandate job vacancy: Lead Organiser

Mandate Trade Union has a job vacancy for a Lead Organiser based in Dublin. JOB TITLE: Lead Organiser (Organising Unit) JOB PURPOSE: Supervise a team... more

Mandate seeks immediate payment of 3% pay increase for Penneys members

Mandate Trade Union has written to Penneys management seeking the immediate payment of the 3% pay increase awarded to their workers at the Labour Court last month. During the... more

Mandate disappointed at further delays in Boots negotiations

Mandate Trade Union says that Boots workers are both frustrated and disappointment at the company’s request to go back to the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) for another conciliation hearing.... more

Mandate call for stronger penalties for directors of delinquent companies

Mandate General Secretary and ICTU President John Douglas raised the inadequacies of the Employment Appeals Tribunal at a Joint Oireachtas hearing yesterday and called for stronger sanctions on delinquent companies.more
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