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Fórsa has made a submission to advise the Department of Education and Skills on contingency planning arrangements for the 2020/21 school year.
Fórsa has urged the education department to allow special needs assistants (SNAs) to provide a service through their existing schools in order to get around delays in transferring staff to the HSE.
From today (Friday 15th May), workers who wish to join Fórsa will be able to do so using a new ‘join online’ function on the union’s website.
Fórsa has published new guidance for workers who have been working remotely, but may be returning to their workplaces over the coming weeks.
Fórsa’s first biennial report was published this week. The report sets out the new union’s activities and achievements over the last two years.
Well over 1.2 million workers are now dependent on State income supports because of the economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis.
Providing adequate childcare for essential employees is critical to Ireland’s response to the coronavirus, according to a new report from the Economic and Social Research Institute.
A member of Fórsa’s Boards and Voluntary Agencies branch has led an initiative that’s providing weekly food parcels to 21 extra families during the Covid-19 crisis.