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  • Terms of Use | Communications Workers' Union
    Other Irish Coastguard DataIreland Dell ESCCU Firereins IBM IO Systems Courier DPD UPS Retail Communications Meteor eMobile Retail Vodafone Retail Carphone Warehouse Managerial Retired Members Regulation Activists Members Login Organising Campaigns Global Solidarity Youth Committee Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Sector/Terms-of-Use.8.1.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • Privacy Policy | Communications Workers' Union
    Dell ESCCU Firereins IBM IO Systems Courier DPD UPS Retail Communications Meteor eMobile Retail Vodafone Retail Carphone Warehouse Managerial Retired Members Regulation Activists Members Login Organising Campaigns Global Solidarity Youth Committee Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our Location Useful Links Welcome Privacy Policy Privacy Policy This statement outlines the Communications Workers Union s collection and use of personal data in the context of CWU s member registration and website All subscriber data is stored in a highly secure facility and we do NOT share subscriber information with third parties When you register on the CWU website we collect and save your email address If you wish to discontinue your registration you can do so by contacting Head Office 01 866 3000 or info cwu ie Your clicks on links in the website are saved These and the open statistics are used in aggregate form to give us an indication of the popularity of the content and to help us make decisions about future content and formatting using Google Analytics If you

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Sector/Privacy-Policy.7.1.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • Members Login | Communications Workers' Union
    DataIreland Dell ESCCU Firereins IBM IO Systems Courier DPD UPS Retail Communications Meteor eMobile Retail Vodafone Retail Carphone Warehouse Managerial Retired Members Regulation Activists Members Login Organising Campaigns Global Solidarity Youth Committee Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our Location Useful Links

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Activists/Members-Login.685.1.906.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • General Update, 4th November 2010 | Communications Workers' Union
    Director of the service In circumstances where staff who volunteer for the Coastguard service may also seek to volunteer for other roles within the community a suspension from the Coastguard would adversely impact on their ability to be considered as suitable candidates for other volunteering positions and the Union views this as a very serious issue Redraft the Code of Conduct It is the firm view of the CWU that the Code of Conduct must be redrafted and a number of elements must be included in this process Firstly the use of suspension as a way of dealing with issues to be considered very carefully and the current arbitrary use of suspension is in the view of the CWU unacceptable The Code does confirm in Clause 14 that volunteers are entitled to natural justice but the view of the Union would be that arbitrary use of suspension is in breach of that principle Suspension should only happen pending the investigation of a serious incident Furthermore it is unacceptable that suspensions last any more than 2 3 weeks which is ample time in which to conduct an adequate investigation into matters under consideration It is unacceptable that suspensions run for months and months at a time Not only is this damaging to the credibility and standing of the individual in the community it unnecessarily prolongs a process that might ultimately be required to deal with a serious issue It is also the view of the Union that the Code of Conduct should clarify in specific terms the right to Union representation throughout the procedures This would further underpin the right to fair process and procedure as suggested in the entitlement to natural justice In addition to this it would be most welcome if the procedures included the right to refer an issue to an independent third party for consideration as part of the appeals process CWU Meeting with Department of Transport An informal meeting took place between the CWU and representatives of the Department of Transport and the Coastguard service in September The Union outlined its thoughts in relation to the growing membership it has in the coastguard and suggested that the Code of Conduct would have to be reviewed in light of this development The CWU stated that it had conducted a number of meetings around the country with Coastguard volunteers and that clearly there were a number of important issues playing on the minds of those present and that the Code of Conduct was mentioned on several occasions along with a number of other issues The Union made it clear that it did not wish to in any way change the excellent service that the volunteers provide nor did it want to interfere in a negative way in the dynamics of the organisation It would be the Union s intention that ultimately Coastguard volunteers would with the assistance of the Union be in a position to represent themselves and that the Union would act in a support and advisory

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Sector/General-Update-4th-November-2010.745.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • General Update, 1st September 2010 | Communications Workers' Union
    Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our Location Useful Links Welcome Sector IT Other Irish Coastguard General Update 1st September 2010 General Update 1st September 2010 Following the open meetings which have taken place in various parts of the country with Coastguard volunteers and given the number of completed application forms that have been returned to CWU Head Office the Union wrote to the Director of the Irish Coastguards Mr Chris Reynolds in early August The Union subsequently received a reply advising that it should contact the Department of Transport in order to request a negotiating licence for the group in question Contact has now been made with the Department and the CWU hopes to at least initially have an informal exploratory meeting with the appropriate persons I appreciate the patience of the members with this process so far and everyone should be aware that regardless of where this journey may end up it will take some time but the CWU will endeavour to keep you informed every step of the way

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Sector/General-Update-1st-September-2010.746.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • Login Request | Communications Workers' Union
    DPD UPS Retail Communications Meteor eMobile Retail Vodafone Retail Carphone Warehouse Managerial Retired Members Regulation Activists Members Login Organising Campaigns Global Solidarity Youth Committee Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our Location Useful Links Welcome Login Request Login Request First Name Last

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Login-Request.683.1.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • Password Recovery | Communications Workers' Union
    Systems Courier DPD UPS Retail Communications Meteor eMobile Retail Vodafone Retail Carphone Warehouse Managerial Retired Members Regulation Activists Members Login Organising Campaigns Global Solidarity Youth Committee Campaigns Youth News Training Toolkits FAQs Jargon Buster Publications General Secretary Circulars eir Circulars An Post Circulars Latest News Forms Connect Journal NERI General Youth Committee Union Post Contact Us Head Office Email Us Our Location Useful Links Welcome Password Recovery Password Recovery If

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Password-Recovery.61.1.aspx (2015-10-30)
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  • Solidarity with Spanish Trade Unions | Communications Workers' Union
    the State and public policies alongside a permanent discourse of excuse for the cuts my main priority is the millions of people who are unemployed But it is undeniable that we find ourselves in a downward spiral of cuts and aggressions the government is again attacking the civil servants they have now lost their extra pay for Christmas which adds to the cuts in their salaries approved in 2011 the unemployed will receive less benefits when they need them most which will make many of them join the ranks of the poor and the socially excluded there will be immediate cuts in the public pension system which will force the retired to pay for medicines that used to be completely free of charge Moreover social benefits for taking care of dependant relatives will be reduced as well the VAT will rise from 18 to 20 in general terms and from 8 to 10 where is was reduced which will result in a drop in consumption and which will hinder economic recovery state owned companies will be privatised and the cost of energy will rise again All these measures have one aim to dismantle the welfare State From the first day the government has continuously been decreeing cuts has despised collective bargaining consensus building and social dialogue These disgraceful measures add to a labour reform which harms our collective bargaining agreement reduces rights and makes firing even easier increasing the unemployment rate With these measures the economy will stagnate even further and unemployment will reach six million at the end of 2012 The last cuts have taken their toll especially on the mining sector reducing the public subsidies by 64 This situation has resulted in the black march with hundreds of miners walking more than 500km until reaching Madrid last week

    Original URL path: http://www.cwu.ie/Activists/Solidarity-with-Spanish-Trade-Unions.1355.1.aspx (2015-10-30)
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