Labour Court urges 2 per cent pay hike at Irish Cement
Staff at CRH subsidiary took 12 per cent pay cut
The Labour Court has recommended a 2 per cent pay increase for staff at Irish Cement, to take effect this year.
A hearing was held in February to resolve an industrial dispute involving a pay claim for 11 per cent after earlier talks at the Workplace Relations Commission failed to result in an agreement.
The Labour Court heard that staff at the subsidiary of building materials giant CRH took a 12 per cent pay cut over 2013...
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