The winner of the 2022 LookLeft Cuba Holiday Draw is Patricia Doyle. Thank you to everyone who took part for your support for LookLeft Magazine.
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Trade unions must play a key role in promoting equality within our workplaces,
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The European Commission launched an infringement notice against Ireland over the Government’s failure to properly transpose the EU Directive on European Works Councils (EWC). The notice was issued following a complaint made by SIPTU representatives. European Works Councils are bodies representing the European employees of a company. EU Member States are to provide for the […]
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The trade union Fórsa has called employers to do more to address stigma and other issues around menstrual health through “period- and menopause-friendly policies” in workplaces across the economy, following a motion at the union’s national conference on Friday. According to a survey published by the union, only 1% of employees have the protection of […]
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The trade union Unite gave a presentation to the Low Pay Commission last week urging that the body to recommend an increase in the National Minimum Wage by €2 (19%) to €12.50 from November. This would be the first step in a two-year strategy to raise the wage floor to 66% of median earnings. “Low […]
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What’s the fuss about? In May 2018, 66.4% of voters approved the repeal of the Eighth Amendment. On 20th December of that year the president signed the Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Act into law. That permits abortions without restriction up to 12 weeks and, after that period, where there is a risk to […]
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Ireland faces a choice between eco-austerity and actually addressing the climate crisis.
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The workers were offered a 1.75% pay increase when inflation is 9%.
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The result was "a great validation".
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