Aer Lingus row set for ruling

Aer Lingus cabin crew union Impact said it was satisfied to have won ‘‘much more acceptable rosters and shifts’’ for its members, regardless of a binding arbitration ruling to be issued by the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) this weekend.

5th February, 2011

Aer Lingus cabin crew union Impact said it was satisfied to have won ‘‘much more acceptable rosters and shifts’’ for its members, regardless of a binding arbitration ruling to be issued by the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) this weekend.

While some disruption to the airline’s flights has continued over the weekend, a full schedule of services is expected to be restored tomorrow.

Around 300 suspended staff have been returned...

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