Back in business
by Róisín McKane

Fórsa, SIPTU, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions are launching a campaign to highlight precarious conditions in the area where the majority of workers are on fixed-term contracts, without sick pay or pension provision.


Silicon Republic have this interesting piece on wage transparency and the gender pay gap.


It is now taking more than two years for councils to turn around vacant homes for new tenants, according to a report by the Local Government Audit Service. Read more on that here. 


Representatives of the hospitality sector will meet Government officials this afternoon to review the risks associated with last month's further easing of restrictions and how compliance measures are performing.


The Indo reports on the lack of supports available to victims of domestic violence.


Unite has condemned the NI Protocol related attack on a Translink bus and one of its members in Newtownabbey yesterday afternoon outside City Hall in Belfast.


And DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has warned that “significant gaps remain” between the UK and EU over the Northern Ireland protocol following a meeting with the chief British negotiator Lord David Frost.





An imaginary band bring us our Zen this morning. The question is do you believe?


Have a good day folks.




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