Meat company instructed to give workers pay rise

Rosderra Irish Meats told by Labour Court to give over 1,000 employees a wage increase

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
18th June, 2017

Workers at the largest pork processing company in Ireland have secured a 4 per cent pay increase.

Rosderra Irish Meats has been instructed by the Labour Court to give its more than 1,000 employees the pay rise in two tranches of 2 per cent, one this year and one next year.

Workers represented by trade union Siptu had been looking for an 8 per cent pay rise, pointing out that their pay had been frozen at the current...

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