Workers' Rights Post-Brexit

Motion no
31
Congress notes the risk, in a time of great economic and political uncertainty for the voice of workers, expressed through their trade unions, to become marginalised. This makes it essential that in any discussion of future economic development and trade“deals...
Adopted

Protection of Workers' Rights

Motion no
30
We at Equity request that all the sister unions at this year’s ICTU Conference join with us to pursue these aims and any others necessary to protect all of our workers in all industries and professions at this difficult time.We call upon the ICTU:To join with...
Adopted

Crisis in the Retail Sector

Motion no
27
ICTU Biennial Delegate Conference expresses its concern over the crisis on the high street and in the wider retail sector.Over the past 12 months, the retail sector has been hit by more shop closures than ever and consumer confidence has still not fully...
Adopted

Health of Workers

Motion no
22
This conference calls on the incoming Congress Executive to encourage as a matter of policy, that all productivity measures which form part of proposed pay agreements allow that due recognition be given to the health of workers, as prescribed in legislation.
Adopted

Payment of Wages

Motion no
20
This conference, in the interest of equality, calls for a campaign for the 6 months limit in the Payment of Wages Act 1991 for claiming unpaid wages be abolished and allow workers to claim all arrears due to them as another step in the battle against wage...
Adopted

Exploitation of Seafarers

Motion no
18
Conference remains deeply concerned at the impact on domestic seafarers from ferry operators’ recruitment of foreign crews on rates of pay below legal minimum wage rates on both sides of the Irish Sea.For example, Conference notes that Seatruck, Irish Ferries...
Adopted