1 edition of Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, 1883-1983 found in the catalog.
Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, 1883-1983
|Statement||by Sean Redmond ; foreword by Donal Nevin.|
|Contributions||Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union.|
|LC Classifications||HD8005.2.I733 D827 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||84128359|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Redmond, Sean. Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, [Dublin]: The Union, . Irish Municipal Employees' Trade Union, currently celebrating their centenary as Ireland's oldest general union.
Sean Redmond. IMETU General Secretary, has compiled The Irish Municipal Employees' Trade Union: A History, and unearthed more material in the process. New deposits not listed include those of the Regular Dublin Coopers' Society.
He had a keen interest in history and his book The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union was published to mark the union’s centenary. Individual books, disappointingly much fewer than last year, were donated by Sedn Redmond, The Irish Municipal Employees' Trade Union, 1883-1983 book Joe O'Connor, Even The Olives Are Bleeding: The Poems Of Charlie Donnelly; Ross Connolly, The Labour Movement In County Wicklow; Columba.
The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union Sean Redmond Ireland; Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union; no date Book Condition: Very Good. Paper Back. No publishing date given.
pages. The book is a little worn. The page edges are slightly foxed. Inventory # The Union was formally registered on 1 September and when the name changed to the Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union (IMETU), it re-registered on 6 November The Corporation provided many and varying types of services, housing schemes, waterworks, street maintenance, sewerage and waste disposal to name a few.
problem see Seán Redmond, The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, (Dublin, no date); Séamus Cody, John O’Dowd, and Peter Rigney, The Parliament of Labour: Years of the Dublin Council of Trade Unions (Dublin, ); and Martin Maguire, Servants to the Public: A History.
TRADE UNION ORGANISATION IN IRELAND. BY R. MORTI'SHED, Assistant Secretary, Irish Labour Party and Trade Union Congress. [Read before the Society on Thursday, 7th January, j" One half of the world does not know how the other half lives," according to.
The Irish Labour History Society and repeated ineptitude on the political side, resulting in a relatively strong trade union movement and a remarkably feeble political : Emmet O'connor. Spiddal Flyer Issued by Irish Municipal Employees' Trade Union BOR F07/05 General Election, June Fianna Fáil candidates North - West Dublin Constituency Pamphlet With photographs of three candidates for Fianna Fáil - Sean T.
O'Kelly, Cormac Breathnach and Eamonn Cooney 01 June Page 9 of The Irish Trade Union Congress (ITUC) was founded in Its stated aim was to act as the collective voice of organised Irish labour.
New unions began to establish themselves fromwith the arrival in Ireland of James Larkin as an organizer for the British dockers' union. The Irish Municipal Employees' Trade Union (IMETU), Ireland's oldest general union, originated with Corporation employees and celebrated its centenary in with a history by General Secretary Seán Redmond.5 The records of this union (which have been deposited in the ILHS Archive.
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He wrote the official history of his union under the title, “The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union ”. He also described the public-spirited action of some of his fellow union members in the union publication, “Belfast is Burning the story of the assistance given by the emergency services from Eire following the German.
With o members, Forsa is the largest public service union in Ireland, and second largest trade union in the state. This is a list of trade unions and union federations by country.
International federations Global Irish Municipal, Public and Civil Trade Union; Irish National Teachers' Organisation; Irish Nurses Organisation; Industrial and Railway Employees Trade Union. The Irish Municipal, Public and Civil Trade Union (IMPACT) was a trade union in the Republic of Ireland.
It primarily organised workers in education, health, local government and the civil service. It also had members who worked for voluntary and community organisations, telecommunications and ation: ICTU, PSI. 6 S. Redmond, The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, (Dublin, ), p 7 Belfast Fire Brigade, Staff Return Document provided by Harry Walsh.
8 This does not count the 40 or so individuals who were already enrolled when the service book was started, nor the four short term appointments made to replace reservists who fought. [Dublin]: The Union,  Buy The Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union, by Sean Redmond (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Free UK delivery on eligible orders. Rather, it was its implementation of the Irish Trade Union Congress’s one-day general strike on Ap to oppose the imposition of conscription in Ireland. (v) Irish Municipal Employees Trade Union () 5/1 8 September April File relating to matters raised by the Irish Municipal Employees.
Trade Union with Limerick Corporation. Topics discussed include non payment of. Union members on Easter Monday, annual leave entitlements, applications for wage. In return trade unions are protected from prosecutions for economic torts including anti-competitive practices such as attempting to fix wage rates.
Union Recognition. An employee has a constitutional right to join a trade union; however he/she cannot insist that his/her employer recognise the union as the right to join is a personal right.History. Untilrepresentatives of Irish trade unions attended the British Trades Union Congress (TUC).
However, many felt that they had little impact on the British body, and the Dublin Trades Council had twice tried and failed to form an Irish federation of trade unions. Its third attempt, the Irish Trades Union Congress, met for the first time in April Country: Ireland.