Latest from the Newsroom

News Archive

  • IMPACT’s ‘unique’ solidarity applauded 17 December 2017 - The international trade union federation Public Services International (PSI) has applauded IMPACT’s approach to solidarity with trade unions in the developing world. During a presentation to the union’s executive, PSI projects director Jasper Goss said IMPACT’s practice of ring-fencing 3% of membership subscriptions for development work was unique in the international trade union movement. The […]
  • Ministerial driver consistency sought 16 December 2017 - IMPACT has submitted a claim for an employment control framework to introduce standardisation of pay and working conditions for ministerial drivers employed by the civil service. Drivers’ contracts are currently agreed within guidelines issued by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER). But the guidelines are not followed consistently by all departments, which leads […]
  • Statement re:Ryanair (Updated at 12:50 Friday 15th December) 15 December 2017 - IMPACT trade union has made contact with the management of Ryanair today, following the correspondence received from the airline this morning (Friday 15th December 2017). IMPACT has indicated its belief that an immediate meeting, between management and the union, is now necessary to clarify issues and make progress. IMPACT has indicated its availability to meet […]