Mandate News

Superquinn Restructuring Proposals

Mandate shop stewards and officials are engaged in intense negotiations with representatives of Select Retail Holdings (owners of Superquinn) regarding a restructuring of Superquinn.  Following a massive show of support... more

Mandate makes a submission on retail wages to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment

Mandate Trade Union wrote to the Joint Committee putting pay to any notion that retail wage rates were the cause of the price differential between goods north of the border... more

Talks on Social Solidarity Pact end without agreement

The Social Partners, including the Irish Congress of Trade Unions failed to reach agreement on a Social Solidarity Pact at recent talks in Government buildings which concluded on Tuesday 3... more

MANDATE DISAPPOINTED WITH SUPERQUINN REDUNDANCIES IN DUNDALK

Mandate trade union today (21 January 2009) say that they are extremely disappointed with the announcement of the closure of Superquinn in Dundalk with approximately 60 people to loose their... more

20 JOBS SAVED IN TESCO BALLINAMORE THROUGH UNION INTERVENTION

Cross border shopping takes its toll on Leitrim store. Up to twenty retail jobs have been temporarily saved in Tesco,... more

SURVEY SHOWS OVER 70% OF RETAIL WORKERS SUFFERED VERBAL ABUSE IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS

Mandate call on shoppers to respect retail workers this Christmas. Mandate trade union, which represents over 50,000 workers in the retail... more

Superquinn branded Superscrooge by Mandate, BFAWU and SIPTU Trade Unions after cutting Christmas bonus

Mandate, Bafwu and Siptu  trade unions, who represent 3,000 workers in Superquinn have branded the company Superscrooge after management announced to unilaterally reduce the staff Christmas... more

MANDATE TRADE UNION VOTES IN FAVOUR OF WAGE DEAL

Mandate trade union confirmed today (Friday, 14 November 2008), that their members have voted in favour of the proposed national wage deal.

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Dunnes Stores workers in Thurles concerned over withdrawal of parking facilities

Mandate trade union, which represents workers in Dunnes Stores say that staff in Thurles are very concerned about the forthcoming withdrawal of free parking facilities for employees.... more

DUNNES STORES WORKERS CONCERNED BY REPORTS OF POSSIBLE COMPANY SALE

Mandate trade union looks for reassurances from Dunnes Mandate trade union, which represents workers in the retail trade, has today... more
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