Archive for the ‘Dublin Bus’ Category

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03th October 2016 GENERAL MEETING The National Bus and Rail Union wishes to advise all Dublin Bus workers that it intends to hold 2 general meetings on Wednesday 5th October in the Teachers Club, 36 Parnell Square West at 11.00 hrs and 20.00 hrs to discuss the WRC document. Please   Read More ...

2nd October 2016 NBRU NOTICE TO MEMBERS NBRU & Trade Union Colleagues AGREE TO PUT WRC PROPOSALS ON DUBLIN BUS DISPUTE TO A BALLOT OF ITS MEMBERS. Members please be advised that the entire Trade Union Group in Dublin Bus entered negotiations at the WRC on Wednesday 28th September 2016   Read More ...

NBRU PRESS RELEASE NBRU Agree to Put WRC Proposals on Dublin Bus Dispute to Ballot of Members. General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “We are prepared, along with Trade Union colleagues to believe that the proposals brokered by the WRC after over thirty hours of negotiations are at the optimum that   Read More ...

27TH September 2016 Members will be aware that following exploratory talks at the WRC on Tuesday 26th September involving all five Trade Unions and Dublin Bus Management, the WRC indicated that they were confident, having spoken with the Company that there was sufficient scope for an improvement that could be   Read More ...

NBRU PRESS RELEASE NBRU Agree to Suspend 48 Hour Stoppage in Order to Engage in Intensive and Comprehensive Discussions on a Settlement of the Dispute for the Benefit of Commuters and Dublin Bus Staff. General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “In agreeing to suspend our member’s industrial action we are placing   Read More ...

NBRU agree to attend at the WRC for exploratory talks on Monday 26th September without Precondition. General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “Whilst the request to attend at talks without preconditions is something the Trade Unions have long been calling for, the fact is that our members are extremely angry that   Read More ...

nbru-press-release-day-5nbru-press-release-dublin-bus-strike-day-5 NBRU Challenge Minister Ross on his Comments to Dáil Committee General Secretary Dermot O’Leary said: “The NBRU has no fundamental issue with Minister Ross and his ‘jaded’ state chequebook line when it comes to dealing with this dispute, we do agree with his view that both sides should get   Read More ...

NBRU SIPTU TSSA UNITE TEEU BUS WORKERS MARCH FOR A DESERVED PAY RISE The five Trade Unions representing workers at Dublin Bus have organised at march on Tuesday 27th September 2016. All workers, their families, supporters, political representatives and members of the public are welcome. Workers at Dublin Bus have   Read More ...

Mr Shane Ross Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport Department of Transport Tourism and Sport Leesons Lane Dublin 2 18th September 2016 Re: Dublin Bus Dispute Dear Minister, I refer to the above and statements attributed to you across various media platforms over recent days. I am more than aware   Read More ...