Mandate News

Support Envy Nightclub Workers group is set up on Facebook

Mandate has set up a Facebook group in support of the Envy Nightclub Workers. Click here to join.  ... more

West jewellers of Grafton Street to close after 290 years in business

Mandate Trade Union calling on management to settle redundancy with its three workers. Mandate Trade Union has been informed that prominent jewellers, West of Grafton Street Ltd, is set to close... more

Horse racing officials to strike on 28 February 2010

  Turf Club urged to resolve dispute in the Labour Court   Mandate Trade Union has issued strike notice on the Turf Club on behalf... more

Serious concerns over integrity of horseracing in Ireland - says turf club officials

Horseracing officials vote for strike action by a margin of 87%. Horseracing officials in the Turf Club, which regulates and enforces the rules of horseracing... more

Penneys and Mandate agree new pay deal for 3,000 workers

Workers in Penneys have balloted in favour of a new set of proposals which will give staff a pay increase of 3.5% in 2010 as part of... more

Dublin Airport Authority Staff Vote Yes to Survival Programme

Mandate Trade Union members in the Dublin Airport Authority have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a €40 million cost reduction programme. The workers voted by a majority of 92% in... more

Bunratty workers have dedicated Facebook website

Staff at the Blarney Woollen Mills, Bunratty, who have been on strike since Monday, 11... more

Debenhams announce job losses in the Republic of Ireland

Mandate Trade Union has confirmed rumours of job losses across the Debenhams business in the Republic of Ireland today (Thursday, 21 January 2010). The extent of the... more

Mallow Workers Left Without Pay for 7 Months – Says Mandate

Former employees at Barry’s Menswear in Mallow, Co. Cork have told how they have still not received redundancy payment from their former employer, Thomas Barry (Jnr), following the closure of... more

Blarney Woollen Mills Dispute in Bunratty Invited to Attend Labour Relations Commission (LRC)

The Labour Relations Commission (LRC) has intervened in an industrial relations dispute between workers in the Blarney Woollen Mills in Bunratty, Co. Clare and their employer. Two of... more
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