Mandate News

Mandate Trade Union secures 2.5% pay increase for more than 3,000 Marks and Spencer staff

Mandate Trade Union has today confirmed that 80% of their members in Marks & Spencer have voted in favour of the proposed pay deal... more

Mandate Trade Union to Advise its 45,000 Members to Vote No to Proposed Fiscal Treaty

Douglas tells conference delegates that the Treaty, if passed, will institutionalise austerity in Ireland for decades to come The Mandate Trade Union has today announced that it will be... more

Mandate supports '7 is Too Young' campaign by OPEN

Mandate Trade Union have announced today that they are supporting the '7 is Too Young' campaign by OPEN, an organisation that represents lone parent groups in Ireland. 7 is Too Young... more

MANDATE accuses Government of ‘shameful’ targeting of low income workers while Anglo Bondholders receive €3.1bn

Union claims low income workers suffer from Household Charge while Government make Anglo payout on same day Mandate Trade Union has today accused the Government of shamefully targeting workers on... more

Mandate Trade Union supports Sinn Féin Household Charge Repeal Bill

Mandate Trade Union has announced its support for the Sinn Féin Household Charge Repeal Bill which was launched today. Representing over 45,000 workers in the retail and bar trades, Mandate... more

Open letter from John Douglas to all members

Dear Member We all know that the current economic environment is challenging and difficult and that the austerity measures demanded by the Troika Bailout Agreement are having a major... more

Mandate Trade Union calls for Withdrawal of Household Charge and introduction of fair Property Tax

The Mandate Trade Union has called on the Government to withdraw the €100 Household Charge on the basis that it is unfair and regressive. However, the union’s National... more

Mandate Trade Union calls for Withdrawal of Household Charge and introduction of fair Property Tax

The Mandate Trade Union has called on the Government to withdraw the €100 Household Charge on the basis that it is unfair and regressive. However, the union’s National Executive Committee... more

Bank Bailout = Austerity, Public Meeting Sat 31 March 2pm

Repudiate The Debt Campaign Public Meeting The Ireland Institute, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2 Speakers: Prof. Kathleen Lynch, Equality Studies, UCD Dr Conor McCabe, Historian &... more

Mandate General Secretary John Douglas addresses Oireachtas Committee on Jobs to discuss low paid workers

Mr. John Douglas: The inability to pay clause and the five years that must elapse before applying for another derogation is sensible but at the extreme end of long. One... more
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