Tesco strikers have formal warnings cleared from records after WRC ruling

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
20th January, 2019

Dozens of Irish Tesco workers who were given formal written warnings after going on strike in 2017 – a move that a Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) ruling has described as “unreasonable and unfair” – have had the warnings expunged from their records.

It’s the latest development in a years-long battle between the supermarket chain and the Mandate trade union, which has accused the company of union-busting in Ireland as part of a campaign known...

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