Clare hurling sponsor O’Donnell in pay row with staff

Plant machinery and equipment supplier Pat O’Donnell & Company has been told by the Labour Court to give its workers a 10 per cent pay rise over four years if they agree to cooperate with certain changes in their conditions of work

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
22nd July, 2018

Plant machinery and equipment supplier Pat O’Donnell & Company – longtime sponsor of the Clare hurling and football teams – has been told by the Labour Court to give its workers a 10 per cent pay rise over four years if they agree to cooperate with certain changes in their conditions of work.

The recommendation comes on foot of a lengthy dispute between the parties that saw 24 workers – one truck driver and...

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