Dáil Debates

Archive for the ‘Worker’s Rights’ Category

Dáil Debates, Jobs, Worker's Rights

Clare Daly speaking on changes to the law regarding workplace relations, questions the large number of injustices against workers and criticizes the race to the bottom which has undermined workplace rights.  Click on the link below to watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2LBvSzuqI4&feature=youtu.be

Protests, Worker's Rights

by Jacob Richards

Greyhound Workers March to City Hall

Greyhound Workers March to City Hall

One of the most frightening examples of a ‘race to the bottom’ has been the recent struggle of the Greyhound Bin company workers and the disgraceful treatment they have been shown by their employer’s Michael and Brian Buckley. This is a classic case of the employer trying to break a unionised workforce and tear up any shred of decent terms and conditions for their employee’s. 
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Oral Questions, Public Expenditure, Women's Rights, Worker's Rights

I raised a question with the Minister for Public Expenditure regarding changes to sick leave particularly pregnancy related sick leave which is particularly discriminatory against women.  Click on the link below to watch the discussion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1CrtB5qxhQ

Dáil Issues, Transport Tourism and Sport, Worker's Rights

This weeks Transport committee discussed matters relating to the IAS scheme where Clare raised concerns about pensions.  Click on the link below to watch some of the proceedings:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu6t0pdPnLg