National

Archive for the ‘Worker’s Rights’ Category

National, Transport Tourism and Sport, Worker's Rights

Clare Daly TD, Aer Lingus worker & SIPTU shop steward fully supports the statement by concerned SIPTU activists in relation to the outrageous attempt by Aer Lingus to sue SIPTU & Union Official Dermot O’Loughlin in particular.

The decision of Aer Lingus to seek damages against SIPTU and a named official, Dermot o Loughlin, represents a major threat to the trade unions. The Minister for Finance has a 25 percent stake in the company and the government should oppose this move.
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Pensions

Mar
2014
14

Dáil Issues, Social Welfare, Worker's Rights

To ask the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation his proposals in relation to allowing former employees access the State’s industrial relations procedures so that they can have a voice in relation to pension matters, as referred to by the Minister for Social Protection during the recent the debate on the Social Welfare and Pensions (No. 2) Bill 2013.
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Gateway: A Disgrace

Mar
2014
13

Dáil Issues, Social Welfare, Worker's Rights

Speaking on a Sinn Fein Private Members motion on the Gateway scheme Clare says that the scheme is a cover up for the erosion of council services which the public sector recruitment embargo has facilitated.

Click on the link below to watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLWG5XbI2I4&feature=youtu.be

Local Issues, Worker's Rights

Clare asked Minister Howlin about proposed job losses at the Fingal County Council Housing Dept. Click on link below to watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvH5hsMwVp4