600 Ulster Bank jobs in Sic counties must be protected – FSU

Issued : 19 February 2021 PRESS RELEASE 600 Ulster Bank jobs in Northern Ireland must be protected – FSU Friday, 19th February 2021 The Financial Services Union has said that it is deeply disappointed by the confirmation this morning (19.02.21) that Ulster Bank DAC is exiting its operations in the Republic of Ireland. Commenting, general secretary of the FSU, John O’Connell said: “While Ulster Bank’s operations in Northern Ireland are unaffected by today’s news, the work of circa 600 staff in Belfast predominately involves supporting Ulster Bank activities in the Republic. These jobs must be secured and protected. “We are calling […]

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Young Socialist Views on workers plight.

Intro: A piece written for Trade Union Left Forum by 14 year old Amhlaoibh Ó Síocháin Ó Beoláin a young socialist from North Cork with a keen interest in the creation of new Economic Systems which support the cause of workers in Ireland.   Worker-Owned Cooperatives:    A Fair Productive Way Forward:   This spring, many low-paid and precarious workers are eking out a living on wages that are insufficient, and in the case of precarious workers, irregular. Meanwhile, sucessful business owners will be comfortable despite the pandemic. This difference of standard of living between business people and the workforce is unacceptable. […]

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New Cuban Support Group

Trade Union Left Forum are delighted to offer our support and Solidarity with the new Cuban Support group. Cuban Solidarity Forum Ireland

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