Archive for the ‘Dublin Bus’ Category

31st March 2017 Press release wildcat strike 31st March 2017 Press Release on wildcat strike NBRU PRESS RELEASE Unofficial action across the Córas Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) Group on Friday 31st March 2017 The NBRU has advised its members that the unofficial action being undertaken today at Dublin Bus and Iarnrod   Read More ...

28TH February 2017 NBRU PRESS RELEASE Link to NBRU media clip: https://youtu.be/YNaUkyiL4tk NBRU ACCUSE NTA OF TREATING RURAL IRELAND COMMUTERS AS SECOND CLASS CITIZENS General Secretary Dermot O’Leary Said: “Following the announcement of route closures and a number of frequency reductions by Bus Éireann, the NBRU has, this evening sent   Read More ...

2016 NOTICE TO MEMBERS The year just gone has presented many challenges, some of which were addressed and others which will carry on into next year, 2017. DUBLIN BUS The issue of Pay dominated the industrial landscape at Dublin Bus throughout the year, culminating in a long overdue and well   Read More ...

Cathaoirleach, Members of the Committee. On behalf of the National Bus and Rail Union I wish to thank you for this opportunity to speak on behalf of Transport Workers and the Communities they serve, it is they along with fellow ordinary decent workers who keep the wheels of the economy   Read More ...

nbru-press-release-re-industrial-action-public-transport-sector-oct-16-pdfairlink-757 NBRU ATTEND AT JOINT OIREACHTAS TRANSPORT COMMITTEE AND WARN OF THE POTENTIAL DECIMATION OF RURAL BUS SERVICES AND TRANSPORT CHAOS IF BUS EIREANN MOVE ON EXPRESSWAY CUTS. General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “The NBRU today informed the Joint Oireachtas Committee, a body it should be noted which is representative   Read More ...

Mr Micheal Martin TD Leader Fianna Fail 65-66 Mount Street Dublin 2 DO2 NX40 9th October 2016 Re: Remarks Attributed to Michael O’Leary. Dear Sir, I refer to the above and the details contained in a Sunday Independent Article this morning which reported that Mr O’Leary effectively went on a   Read More ...

07TH October 2016 NBRU PRESS RELEASE The largest frontline Trade Union at Dublin Bus, the NBRU, have accepted the WRC Pay Proposals by 79% General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “Despite reservations on some of the issues contained in the proposals, our members have decided, after eight long years of pay   Read More ...

WRC PAY PROPOSAL So, what’s the low down with this Proposal? OK, Firstly some Context, i.e. Background. All of the Unions, NBRU, SIPTU, TSSA, TEEU & UNITE joined together to lodge a Flat, no Strings Attached Pay Rise for all Dublin Bus Workers back in April of this year. This   Read More ...

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