Aer Lingus and DAA call for extra productivity in return for pay hikes

Aer Lingus seeking more than €10 million-worth of productivity gains

23rd April, 2017

Pay talks at both Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) are on a knife edge after both companies hit staff with huge productivity demands in return for any wage increases.

Aer Lingus is seeking more than €10 million-worth of productivity gains through savings and working condition changes, while unions at the airport authority are currently balloting members on a 63-page reform proposal.

That ballot, which ends this week, needs to be passed by...

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