Employers criticised for ignoring Labour Court

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
8th July, 2018

Several TDs and senators were told last week of a ‘growing trend’ among some of Ireland’s biggest employers to avoid unions and ignore the Labour Court when it comes to pay deals with workers.

A presentation by Mandate, one of the country’s biggest unions, criticised employers such as Dunnes Stores, Tesco, Lloyds and TK Maxx – who between them employ nearly 25,000 workers – for not engaging with the industrial relations...

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