Workers will lose €45 a week due to pension age hike, warns Siptu
Siptu, which has 200,000 members, is set to launch a campaign against the increase in the state pension age, due to go from 66 to 67 in 2021
Workers face losing €45 a week due to the forthcoming increase in the state pension age, the country’s largest trade union has warned.
Siptu, which has 200,000 members, is set to launch a campaign against the increase in the state pension age, due to go from 66 to 67 in 2021.
The union has drawn up a policy document which points out workers expecting to retire at the age of 66 will have to either work an...
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