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Following the union’s signal success this week in defending the rights of a temporary staff member, it’s worth remembering that the Protection of Employees (Fixed-Term Work) Act 2003 provides valuable safeguards against mistreatment. Any DCU staff member, part-time or full-time, who … Continue reading
DCU Section Committee received the following copy of a letter, sent by a Dublin Trades Council member and addressed to Labour TDs, about the proposed legislation to target public servants who do not accept the Haddington Road proposals.
It is the opinion of the Section Committee that the Public Services Stability Agreement 2013 – 2016 (Haddington Road Agreement) does not represent any significant change from the original LRC proposals (‘Croke Park 2’) which this Section overwhelmingly rejected.